Enjoy a chance to unwind in the peaceful surroundings of an 18th century chapel as you learn simple drawing exercises.
A reflective afternoon with Bristol artist Simon Tozer, followed by a cream tea. Workshops with illustrator Simon are back by popular demand.
Simon has a special interest in drawing and sketching his surroundings. Over the last few years he has made many drawings of Bristol, close to his studio in the Old City. Drawing the life of Bristol has become a valued part of his practice, being an activity that briefly creates a quiet space of focus amid the noise and bustle of the city.
Don’t worry if you don’t have any experience, it’s a chance to try something new in a safe, relaxing space.
Workshops are taking place on:
Saturday 25 February
Saturday 11 March
Each workshop runs from 2-4pm and includes:
- Welcome and initial drawing exercises.
- Time spent drawing, with guidance and encouragement from Simon
- Afternoon cream tea including scones, clotted cream and jam with coffee/tea
Tickets £35 per person
Including all sketching materials and afternoon tea.
Please inform us if you have any dietary requirements or access needs: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Simon Tozer:
Simon studied painting at Portsmouth and printmaking at Chelsea College of Art, where he won the British Institution Fund Award. He remained in London after leaving university and worked as a scenic painter and muralist. He moved to Bristol in 2002 and works as a printmaker, illustrator and teacher of screen printing.
Simon’s work has been included in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the National Open Art Competition and the RWA Autumn Open. His work is held in several public collections.
Find out more: simontozer.co.uk