Wicked workshops at Chiswell Green’s Garden’s of the Rose

16:03 10 January 2014

Paintings from Wicked art lessons

Paintings from Wicked art lessons


Something wicked will be stirring at the tea room at the Gardens of the Rose in Chiswell Green next Wednesday, January 15.

Local artist Fiona Pruden is holding a free taster session for her forthcoming series of classes entitled Wicked Ways with Watercolours.

The workshops, which get underway at the Gardens of the Rose from Wednesday, January 29, are designed to help anyone who has struggled with painting in the past or who wants to get back to painting.

The taster session runs from midday to 2.30pm and will feature a demonstration of at least one but maybe more, complete watercolour paintings. More information can be found by contacting Fiona on 07956 537140 or email fiona.pruden@btopenworld.com


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