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Learn traditional watercolour painting techniques. Begin the workshop with technical exercies before developing your own style inspired by photographs of the wintery Watts gardens and buildings or Allingham's work in a Curator led talk. Painters of all abilities welcome. Led by Julie King.Find out more Book now
Paint a long silk scarf in a watercolour style, using a range of freehand silk painting techniques. Led by Jane Cameron.Find out more Book now
A opportunity for artists to conceptually and technically develop their practice through conversation and creative exercise in a collaborative studio. Artists can bring a selection of work to focus on in the workshop and materials of choice or try new ideas and techniques. Led by Artist, Dr Jennie Jewitt- Harris.Find out more Book now
The pottery programme brings new and experienced potters together with a supporting potter. The classes were established by Mary Watts in the 19th century. Come along to the studio to create your own ideas or with the help of our potter, try hand- building, working from mould and the potter's wheels.Find out more Book now
Classes take place in the historic galleries and studios. The collections and exhibitions are used as a starting point to learn techniques and there will be opportunities to work from a model. This term, some sessions will explore watercolour painting inspired by the Helen Allingham exhibition.Find out more Book now
Explore the Surrey architecture and gardens that inspired Helen Allingham and her contemporaries such as Lutyens and Jekyll and the impact of this creativity on Surrey's identity.
Monday 8 Janurary: The Life and Art of Helen Allingham, RWS Gertrude Jekyll and Munstead Wood: House and Garden. Annabel Watts.
Monday 15 January: Building Limnerslease: Watts & The Architects, Ernest George and Harold Peto, Dr Desna Greenhow.
Monday 22 January: Great Tangley Manor. Hilary Underwood.
Monday 29 January: Thackeray Turner: Westbook and the Philips Memorial. Robin Stannard
Monday 5 Febuary: Roger Fry and M.H Bailie Scott interiors. Edwin Lutyens and Orchards Hilary Underwood.Find out more Book now