Some lovely photos from a recent ceramics garden sign making workshop run by Art in the Park artists Frances Wright and William Hudson in Glengall Wharf Garden. Looks like a great day!
Stunning flower outside our door!
Some lovely lettuces growing in our allotment.
Great view of the newly built playground from our window.
Our ladder garden of herbs.
Our succulents are doing well in the greenhouse.
Don’t forget, William Hudson’s pumpkin carving workshop is taking place at Art in the Park on Saturday October 27th. It’s a drop in workshop so there’s no need to book, just turn up when you like (with your own pumpkin)! Take a look and get inspired by some of the spooky creations made last year!
New life drawing classes are starting this Friday at Art in the Park. Taught by the talented Simon Veis, these drop-in classes run from 7pm – 9pm every Friday evening. With varied models and a variety of poses from 2 hours to 1 minute this is a great general class.
For more details about the class, please click here.
What a wonderful day! The Curious Parade at Art in the Park was a great success. To celebrate the re-opening of some of Burgess Park we held a day of arts and craft workshops, music, festivities and parades for all the family. Children and adults brought their bikes, scooters and other wheeled things for a makeover and parade of these creative curiosities.
If you missed this Parade, do not worry – another theatrical fayre of wonderful curiosities will wheel into town to celebrate The Elephant and The Nun festival finale in Burgess Park on September 2nd. We hope you can join us then to take part in our curious bike parade and enjoy the fayre’s crafty workshops, food making and entertainment!
The Curious Parade is coming to Art in the Park this Saturday, July 21st. More information here.
Hope to see you there!
Congradulations to Art in the Park artist Leyla Folwell, whose beautiful artwork, ‘Head Space’ is currently on display at the Nolias Gallery exhibition ‘Games People Play’. Here are some lovely pictures of one viewer getting hands on with her work on the opening night!
Find out more about Leyla’s work and the exhibtion over on her blog.