"Snow scene in watercolours and acrylic inks" ~ All day workshop in Poynton
This All Day Workshop is designed to be enjoyable, fun & relaxing. And Lunch is back!
In this workshop, I will introduce you to some exciting techniques using Bamboo pens and palette knives with watercolour and Acrylic inks. The painting will be quite loose, free and experimental.
On Saturday 10th December 2022
10.00 am ~ 3.00 pm
At St Martin’s church hall, Poynton, Cheshire. (see below the form/next page for directions)
My mobile number is 07890 425544 if you need to contact me!
Cost is £70.00
This includes all your materials for the day, your lunch and tea, coffee & biscuits
Booking: Bookings are all now made through my website.
Please book through this link:
Lunch: INCLUDED (Please specify any dietary requirements at time of booking)
Materials: All included
Experience ~ None required, but if you ARE experienced, I will be introducing lots of
fantastic & exciting techniques which I KNOW you will love!
Aim ~ to have a lovely relaxing day, experimenting with exciting techniques and colours. By
the end of the day, you will have produced a piece of art work to take home and be proud of! So go on…..treat yourself!!!
Cancellations: If you need to cancel just email me at email@example.com and I will refund £60 (That’s the course fee of £70 minus £10 administration fee) unless it’s in the week before.
Please note: If I cannot replace you with only a week to go I may not be able to refund you
Spaces are limited, so places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis through my website (see link above.
How to get to St Martins
This is situated in Higher Poynton. You need to go up Park lane…and continue up through the
Keep on this road and don’t turn off until just before you are about to go over a bridge
(with a very sharp right corner as you do so)
Turn left BEFORE this bridge (with a right turn)
into Shrigley road North (Unfortunately no obvious street name)
Drive down this road and
look out for St Martins on the left. It is a modern building.
If you get as far as “the Boar’s head”…you have gone too far!