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Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July
BURNBY HALL GARDENS
Painting and drawing waterlilies in a large classical garden and then a day in the studio continuing the work.
9.30 - 4.30 two day workshop £150
Redbrick Mill 218 Bradford Road Batley,West Yorkshire, WF17 6JF
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Burnby Hall Gardens near Pocklington, York is the ideal place to release your inner Monet. There are waterlilies and lakes, fish and wildfowl, reflections and colours galore but it also has the convenience of sheltered seating areas, perfect for a day's painting whatever the weather.
'The Upper and Lower Lakes are home to a National Collection of over 100 varieties of Hardy Water Lily, and offer a wonderful array of changing vistas. The Gardens also include a Rockery, Stumpery, a Victorian Garden, Secret Garden, formal beds and natural shrubbery'.
Meet at Redbrick Mill car park at 8.45am, register and load equipment into the minibus. Drive to Burnby Hall and arrive for 10.00am when it opens. Paint until lunchtime and then eat our packed lunches together or food can be bought at the Lilypad Cafe.
Continue painting in the afternoon and return to Redbrick Mill at 6.00pm.
Continue painting at Redbrick Studio until 4.00pm and then share the work and develop suggestions for further progress.
Finish at 4.30pm.
SOME INSPIRING IMAGES ON PINTEREST
Please bring the following materials;
oil paint for day two in the studio, if you think you might use them
sketchbook (for notes and mark making)
thick graphite pencil
You will also need;
packed lunch on day two
old clothes or apron
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