Location:
Ashcroft Arts Centre
Cost:
Free
Category:
Art and Craft, Classes, Health & wellbeing
Duration:
2 hours per week, 6 weeks
Times:
10:00am - 12:00pm

Natalie Hauser is a local artist, illustrator, and pattern designer. Natalie's passion lies in exploring ecosystems and biodiversity in nature, drawing inspiration from the world around her. With a wealth of teaching experience spanning primary, secondary, and adult education sectors, Natalie brings a deep understanding of how to nurture creativity in learners of all ages.  

In each session, you'll learn fundamental drawing techniques to bring natural subjects to life on paper. From mastering observation skills to experimenting with various drawing materials, each lesson will deepen your understanding and appreciation of nature's wonders. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced artist, this course offers a supportive environment to develop your skills and unleash your creativity. 

All drawing supplies will be provided. 

Upon completion, you'll walk away with a newfound confidence in your ability to depict nature through your drawing. From here, you can explore further drawing courses, join art communities, or simply continue practicing on your own. 

This is a 6 week course, taking place on Fridays 7 June - 12 July 2024, 10:00am - 12:00pm. 

ABOUT BRIGHTER FUTURES

Brighter Futures Courses are free of charge, and all materials will be provided. These courses are part of the Hampshire County Council Adult Community Learning Programme, Hampshire Learns. To be eligible for a course you must be 18+ years old, live in Hampshire and feel as though your mental health and wellbeing may benefit from attending a creative course.  

To register your interest in attending one of these courses, please click here, to fill out our self-referral form. 

To find out more about Brighter Futures, please visit our webpage, Brighter Futures | Hampshire Cultural Trust (hampshireculture.org.uk) 

 

 

  • Person drawing flowers, with a pencil on a white piece of paper
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