series of Burnham-On-Sea art workshops get underway in town
residents who have wanted
to try drawing and painting but found it difficult to commit to
a training course are being invited along to a new series of sessions.
tutor Ade Bowen, right, has begun new workshops at Burnham's
Somerset Skills & Learning Centre in Princess Street.
centre is challenging users to challenge themselves and develop
a new skill this year.
workshops follow different themes with all equipment provided.
Ade says he hopes the workshops will encourage more local people
to get their pencils and paint brushes out this summer and be
have put together a programme of topics that have been popular
in my weekly classes and made them available to people who maybe
can not commit to a longer course," he told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
bite sized workshops are all part of the 'Learn 2015
Challenge' that Somerset Skills & Learning is promoting during
are thirteen different topics, include painting fairies, the Burnham
Lighthouse, animals and botanical painting," he added.
being used involves acrylics, charcoal, colour pencils, pastels,
watercolour and watercolour pencils, and prices start from £15."
are also two family workshops. One enrolment covers one adult
and one child, and you could get involved in some pirate activities
on Sunday 10th May and meet Captain Jack Sparrow, or on Sunday
17th June there is a Frozen themed morning of fun with Queen Elsa!"
can enrol at the centre in Princess Street, Burnham, or call 0330
332 7997 for more information or see www.learnsomerset.co.uk.