Colour Collage Forest Art Workshop
11:15am - 12:15pm
Thursday 25th August
Colour Collage Forest Art is an imaginative art session with Ruth. Each child and adult will learn about colour theory (complimentary colours) and then put this into practice by making their own creature that dwells in a forest. They will use googly eyes, paper and glue to create a forest friend. All children and adults use the same initial stimulus and teaching points but are then encouraged to be creative and give their own individual responses.
Suitable for 5-11 year olds. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. But there’s plenty of tea, coffee and space to sit and relax, giving your young person space to get on and enjoy the activity. Ticket price includes the accompanying adult.
She recently participated in the TurpsOff-Site Programme to develop her own Art skills and is a member of the Freelands Foundation Artisteacher Network. She has worked in a variety of settings including: Tate Modern, Open Age Ladbroke Grove, Islington Museum and primary schools.
Her drawing clubs provide a fun, pro-active environment for children to develop their love of drawing. Each session has a different technical focus and the children explore a range of media.