Hello! Join us for a one-of-a-kind live horse drawing workshop!
I'm hosting this event as an experienced contemporary wildlife and equine artist as well as art educator.
Set in a beautiful rural location (with a café, toilet facilities and parking), this workshop is designed to help artists at all levels improve their skills and gain confidence drawing horses (or any other living person or animal).
During the workshop, you will have the opportunity to draw from a living breathing horse in various stances, both still and in motion. I'll be on hand to provide guidance and tips on anatomy, proportion, and explore expressive drawing techniques. You will also have the chance to ask questions and receive individual
feedback on your drawings.
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced artist, this
workshop is the perfect opportunity to hone and improve your skills.
Don't miss out on this unique and
exciting event and go home with some exciting artwork ready to
pop in a frame. Adults 15+ only.
Here's some all important information and how to book:
Dates: Saturday 15th April, Saturday 13th May, Saturday 10th June
Time: 10am - 3pm
Location: Chestnut Yard Studios (The Stalls Café), Manor Farm
Sutton Mandeville, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP3 5NH (nearest station
Tisbury, parking available in Chestnut Yard).
Price: £100 introductory offer for Saturday 15th April, £120 for
Saturday 13th May and for Saturday 10th June. £40 discount for all three, total £300
For advance block booking for all three workshops, I am offering
a £40 discount (total £300). This will give budding equine artists
plenty of opportunity to develop their skills and intensify and develop the
What's included: Basic materials (cartridge paper, drawing
boards, charcoal, an assortment of pencils/graphite sticks). Lunch
and refreshments from the Stalls Café (vegetarian and gluten-free
options available upon request).
What's not included:: Any specialist art materials you like
to use (including drawing pads), putty rubber and spray fixative, A
phone camera or ipad camera is useful (for the details or to
capture a series of movements or postures), travelling/folding
easel and folding stool if you have one or both, wet weather gear, a
way of wrapping your work up safely (in a roll with plastic
covering and masking tape) or flat in your car boot!
How to Book or to chat to me
: email: email@example.com or
click this link to the store page here
to make payment and secure your spot!
A list of local accommodation is available upon request and
subject to availability.
Accessibility We may be tramping around a field with uneven
surfaces and mavbe some mud, but disabled artists are welcome if
you can manage that. Rest room and café facilities are access
friendly for wheelchair users. We can also welcome deaf and
hearing impaired budding artists.
Diversity Everyone welcome! The group will not exceed 12 people. First come first served. Young people over 15 only please.
Health and Safety: I will ensure everyone keeps a safe distance from the horse. Experienced horse-lovers will already understand safekeeping but everyone must undertake this workshop at their own risk.
Some testimonials fr
om people who have enjoyed art learning with me click here