PEACE of Mind: Herb and Flora prints

Date: Saturday, September 10, 2022
Time: 10.30am - 12.30pm (drop-in)
Venue: The Courthouse
All materials and tools are provided.

Take part in our relaxed wellbeing workshops and learn how to create beautiful prints from flower and herbs.

In this workshop you will be taught the process of inking up a plate and your chosen flowers or herbs. You will then roll your plate through our printing press and be presented with a beautiful print to take home with you.

Your tutor will be Sorcha McCole. Sorcha is the Senior Creative Producer at Rural Arts and delivers a number of the workshops here. She is also an artist in her spare time, crating drawings, prints, ceramics and videos.

Artist Facebook: /Sorcha-McCole-Artist

Artist Instagram: @sorcha_creates

Suitable For: 

  • This workshop is funded by North Yorkshire County Council as part of the Suicide Prevention Grant. Therefore we particularly want to make this available for those who have been impacted by poor mental health in some way, whether personally or through those they love.

Other Info: 

  • This session is offered as a drop-in workshop so you are able to attend the full two hours or just part of the workshop if you wish

£0.00

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