Come and spend creative time with me at my studio and be inspired by the ever-changing coastal landscape of Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk.
Debbie has 10 years’ experience teaching art and textiles and her aim is to provide a stimulating environment that will encourage, develop and inspire.
DATES OF COASTAL EXPLORATIONS WORKSHOP 2020
Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 June 2020 Fully Booked
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June 2020 Fully Booked
Wednesday 1 July and Thursday 2 July 2020 Fully Booked
About the Workshop
Come and be inspired by the ever-changing coastal landscape of Wells-next-the-Sea and take the time to observe, document and create in these beautiful surroundings.
Part of the Coastal Explorations workshop will be spent outside by the sea paying attention and recording observations with drawing, collecting objects and writing.
Back in the studio your collections will form a starting point for experiments with paper, cloth, stitch, mark-making, collage and printing to create a unique and personal record of your exploration of place.
Includes basic materials and a simple lunch. Coffee and tea will be available all day with homemade biscuits and cake.
There are 6 places available for each workshop.
To book please email me for availability on firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking is on a first come, first served basis.
About the Studio
Debbie’s studio is in Wells-next-the-Sea on the north Norfolk coast, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that offers stunning views, wonderful wildlife and beautiful beaches, tidal creeks and salt marshes.
The studio is a former fisherman’s whelk shed and has an enviable position overlooking the sea and the salt marshes and is a stunning place to be inspired and to work creatively.
The studio is a large, fully-equipped working space (approx. 10 x 5 m), with water, electricity and a wood-burning stove for chillier days. NB. There is no toilet, but a ‘nice’ Portaloo will be available just outside on workshop days.
The view through the window is wonderful and looks over the water and the marshes.