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18 Sept 2021, 10.30am - 4pm
Please note this event has been rescheduled from July 2021. Tickets from July are still valid.
Please contact our membership team for your member discount code.
Join Helen Thomas for a mark making workshop based on plants in The Hepworth Wakefield Garden.
You will work in monochrome, exploring line, texture and tone using a range of dry and wet media including pencils, ink, gouache and improvised drawing tools on paper. The workshop focuses on the process and experience of seeing through drawing rather than creating a finished artwork.
At the end of the workshop you’ll come away with a small hand-made concertina book of your drawings, as well as several pages of sketches / drawing exercises, up to A1 in size.
Half of the allocated places are offered to Members at the discounted rate of 25% off, sold on a first come, first served basis. Become a Member.
Book your place online or if you have any questions or special requirements then don’t hesitate to get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01924 24360. For membership codes and enquiries email email@example.com.
A two week cancellation policy applies to all workshops. As commercial workshops support our charitable activities, and materials and equipment are ordered in advance, we regret that refunds cannot be offered less than two weeks before the workshop date should you wish to cancel your place.
Should The Hepworth Wakefield need to cancel a workshop, your ticket will be refunded in full.
About the tutor
Helen Thomas works with painting and drawing to explore ideas of plants and place. She is based at The Art House, Wakefield, and facilitates visual arts projects with people of all ages in a wide range of settings.
Helen has exhibited locally and regionally including the Jerwood Drawing Prize exhibition 2016. Helen was commissioned by Wakefield Metropolitan District Council to create a work for The Festival Of The Moon in 2019. Her exhibition, Dandelions and Double Yellows, at Wakefield Cathedral in summer 2021 formed part of Wakefield Council’s Festival of the Earth.