Want to learn about the best way to record all the treasures you find on your walks? Come and join artist Lesley Alexander-Smith on Saturday 16th February at 10am for a relaxed morning of sketching and discovery.
Using creative hand lettering and your own observational drawing you will turn your nature journal pages into stunning works of art. Get in quick to reserve your spot!
This workshop is suitable for all ages over 7 years old
Lesley Alexander-Smith is a botanical and natural history artist living in Riverhead, Auckland. Inspiration for Lesley’s art comes from all around her and finds nature journaling a good way to relax, explore and learn about different locations she visits.
She predominantly uses watercolour, graphite and ink in her work and has recently started working on vellum and experimenting with simple printmaking techniques. She likes to paint subjects with character – not always the prettiest or brightest but often the ones past their best, all the knobbly, imperfections Mother Nature throws at us and through her work allow others to see their individual and understated beauty.
Bookings for this workshop are essential, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact number and the number of attendees.