Drawing in the Greenhouse

Morning drawing sessions led by visual and textile artist, designer and quiltmaker Pauline Burbidge. 

Multiple Dates
June 26, 2024

Join us for intimate morning sessions of drawing led by the talented Pauline Burbidge. With a maximum of five participants, this exclusive workshop offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the art of drawing amidst the serene beauty of our surroundings.

Dates: June 12th, June 26th

Time: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

During this session, participants will have the privilege of exploring various drawing techniques under Pauline's guidance. Whether you're a seasoned artist or a novice enthusiast, this workshop is designed to inspire creativity and foster a deeper connection with nature.

Participants are asked to bring their own sketchbook, a selection of pencils, and a pencil sharpener (preferably the type that collects shavings) to ensure they're fully equipped for the session. Pauline will provide gentle instruction and encouragement as she introduces two or three different approaches to drawing one plant.

While Pauline is not a botanical illustrator, her passion for drawing plants shines through in her design projects, making this workshop ideal for anyone who loves to observe plants and wishes to refine their drawing skills in a supportive environment.

Spaces for this exclusive session are limited, so be sure to reserve your spot early. Don't miss this opportunity to spend a morning surrounded by nature, creativity, and like-minded individuals. We look forward to welcoming you to an unforgettable drawing experience with Pauline Burbidge!

Workshop fees are a donation that go toward supporting our charitable causes.

About the Workshop Leader:

Pauline Burbidge - Pauline is a renowned textile artist, designer and quiltmaker who sees the landscape, plant-forms and seasonal changes here in the Scottish Borders as an endless resource and inspiration for her work. Her work has been displayed throughout the UK and USA to much acclaim.

Photographs of Pauline and her work taken by Colin Hattersley.

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