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Daisy, Daisy... A Workshop with Linda Ingham, The Steel Rooms


Level: Suitable for all levels

Tutor: Linda Ingham

Workshop Time and Date:

10am – 4pm Saturday 20 June 2020

Cost: £35 per person

The Workshop Details:

We take a look at the stories and folk histories surrounding daisies and a small hand-made book containing specimens in drawing, painting and mixed media.

The daisy is one of the most prolific specimens in botany. Throughout folk history, the flower has inspired poets, writers, musicians and visual artists. For this session, Linda will introduce the daisy in some of its many guises throughout history, before leading participants in a series of techniques, both creative and practical, to enhance our knowledge and contribute to a hand-made book which contains your daisy studies.

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