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Calling all young artists. ‘Creative Thursdays’ are here…

Explore everything from watercolour painting, paper-cutting and embroidery.

Fulham Palace Garden is protected as an important historic landscape. Once enclosed by the longest moat in England, 13 acres remain of the original 36. The garden includes many rare trees, including the ancient evergreen oak (Quercus ilex) located on the south side of the main lawn. It is estimated to be approximately 500 years old and is a Great Tree of London. The most celebrated gardening Bishop was Henry Compton (1632-1713) who developed a famous collection of plants, both hardy and exotic.

These exciting weekly workshops offer budding young artists the chance to experiment, create in an inspiring setting and learn how to express themselves.  These can all be booked using the links below :

Thursday 26th July – Botanical Watercolour Painting – painting

Thursday 2nd August – Papercut Flowers and Collaging – paper craft

Thursday 9th August – Botanical Wrapping Paper – printing

Thursday 16th August – Flower Power – embroidery

Thursday 23rd August – From Little Acorns – embroidery

Thursday 30th August – Food, Glorious Food!  – embroidery

Sessions are suitable for 8-16 year olds, young people attend independently.  Each session is £7.50, with block bookings available for the discounted price of £40 per person.  The workshops run 1.30pm-4.30pm and young artists meet at the Bishops Tree.  All equipment and resources are supplied.

Calling all young artists. ‘Creative Thursdays’ are here…
Calling all young artists. ‘Creative Thursdays’ are here…
Calling all young artists. ‘Creative Thursdays’ are here…
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