Spend the day immersed in Sydney’s beautiful bushland
and explore Cyanotype printing using a range of found and foraged materials.
During this cyanotype workshop led by local artist Eleanor Amiradaki, children will explore the landscape collecting materials from nature to create unique artworks inspired by the natural world. Drawing, foraged materials and other studio techniques will be used to create a selection of beautiful works which will be printed onto archival fine art paper. A perfect opportunity to be immersed in nature and creativity.
Children will leave with a range of beautiful prints to adorn the walls.
NB. All materials are included
AGES: 7 +
Time: 10 – 2pm
– Protective (closed) shoes & appropriate clothing
– Drink water bottle & Packed lunch
Instructor: Eleanor Amiradaki
When: Wednesday 9th October – 10am – 2pm
Where: Eramboo: Artist Environment
About the Tutor:
Eleanor is an exhibiting multidisciplinary artist working from her studio on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. She loves to share elements of her practice and is inspired by the interplay of the natural world and the creative gesture. Eleanor teaches various modalities with a focus on simplicity, aesthetic and fostering that innate creative spark which she believes resides in us all.
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