Make a Clay Green Man or Lady of the Woods sculpture
Looking for something different to do during the summer holiday? Why not bring your parent, guardian, grandparent, older sibling or favourite adult to the Weald and Downland Living Museum for a fun creative workshop inspired by nature.
The workshop will begin with a short walk in the woods where you will have a chance to get up close to nature and find out about the ancient origins of the Green Man of the Woods. Then it’s back to classroom to learn how to bring clay to life by sculpting a face and making beautiful leaves by impressing foliage into the clay.
By the end of the workshop you will have a unique Green Man or Lady of the Woods to take home to air dry or you can leave it to be fired and collect at a later date.*
*Please note: this is subject to an additional fee to be paid to the tutor on the day.
The Tutor – Gill Nudds
Gill is a professional artist with over 20 years’ experience of working with clay and has been facilitating workshops for adults and children since 2010. She loves to integrate her passion for nature and wildlife together with her Forest School training into her workshops. Gill opens her studio for the Chichester Art Trail and runs her own workshops from there. She has been a guest artist at the Brighton Open Houses for 19 years and also sells and exhibits her work at local galleries.
Fee & Refreshments
£50 per pair/adult and child combination to include tuition, tea, coffee, soft drinks and biscuits. Please let the Museum know if you have any dietary requirements. Fee includes entry to the Museum for those who want to stay and explore further after the workshop.Book now
Tuition, tools and all materials will be provided by the Tutor.
Participants must be aged 6 years and over.
Please wear suitable shoes for the walk and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty as clay can be messy.
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