Copper Wire Hares (Fri 18th Feb)

Date: Friday, February 18, 2022
Time: 10am - 12.30pm, 1pm - 3.30pm
Venue: The Courthouse
All materials and tools provided, but you are more than welcome to bring along your favourite pair of secateurs if you wish.

Learn how to manipulate copper wire to create a stunning hare sculpture.. The perfect decoration for your home.

Get hands-on during this two and a half hour workshop. Within this session, you will be taught how to manipulate wire and learn a variety of wire sculpting techniques. End the morning or afternoon, with a beautiful copper wire sculpture to take home with you.

This workshop will be delivered by Wendy Bristow. Wendy set up her business ‘Twigs & Sprigs’ in April 2017. With 18 years of teaching experience, Wendy’s  workshops are fun, addictive and also therapeutic.

Artist Website: www.twigsandsprigs.co.uk

Artist Instagram: Twigs & Sprigs Instagram 

Artist Facebook: Twigs & Sprigs Facebook

Suitable For: Suitable for all abilities.

Other Info:

  • Please note the ticket you purchase is either for a morning workshop or for an afternoon workshop, not for both. Each workshop is the same and run for 2 hours and 30 minutes.

£37 (£30 + £7 materials)

£37.00

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