Indian Ocean waves from the sea, how big can they be?
Listen to the sound of ocean waves while you paint in water colours with artist, Claire Davenhall. While your painting is drying, you will be whittling your own drawing sticks from drift wood (using child friendly vegetable peelers) and drawing in our curiosities. Claire will bring in a range of objects (heart urchins, giant clams, corals and shells) to spark your imagination. They are all sourced the Indian Ocean rim and we will share stories of discovery as we look at them closely. Please wear clothing suitable for washable watercolours. Workshop suitable for ages 8 and over. Snacks will be provided at the end of the workshop.
Claire Davenhall is an award winning visual artist and educator who graduated with honours in fine art at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, she studied in Athens School of Fine Art & North Karelia Polytechnic in Finland. Claire has exhibited her work in numerous galleries and beautiful locations including Sculpture at Scenic World NSW, Sculpture by the Sea WA, Swell Sculpture Festival QLD, Brighton Jetty Sculptures SA. She currently lectures in Fine Art.