Arts & Crafts Workshops at Merryhue Farm

Merryhue Farm will be hosting ten arts and crafts workshops over the coming month. These will be in preparation for the Drawn to the Valley Art Exhibition that takes place in August.

Drawn To the Valley Workshops       10.30am – 3.30pm

           Countryside Hub Barn – Merryhue Farm, Callington PL17 7HW


Tuesday 6th July – Monoprinting Techniques  - using a range of materials from leaves to stencils to print individual images.  Using an etching tool to etch a printing plate 


Wednesday 7th July – Glass Workshop  - Making a glass bowl and using different techniques to paint on glass


Tuesday 13th July  - Relief Printing in Lino/Woodcut  - Stamp making to develop images in relief


Wednesday 21st July - Kitchen  litho printing that can easily be made using kitchen material.  Prints can be made with or without an etching press


Monday 26th July – Nature Book Creation - Create an exciting book form, inspired by things gathered from the garden. Using different, mixed media and easy to do at home printmaking techniques to create a visual feast of texture and form, with a focus on layer


Tuesday 27th July- Sketchbooking  -Make a simple sketchbooks and advocate filling them with sketches, paintings and words. They are a beautiful record to keep.


Wednesday 28th July - Ink with a Stick - Large scale drawing of objects with a twig on Paper


Friday 30th July  - Beginners Oil Painting



More to Follow



Refreshments provided  - Please bring your own lunch


Contact Sue on 01579 384798      or email:  To enrol.


 All courses Free & for veterans families and carers for people with Dementia or those who are lonely or socially isolated and Merryhue Community Group Members.  You may attend as many workshops as you like, but numbers are limited so please ensure you get your name on a list.

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Welcome to Winning Steps South West

Winning Steps South West was established in 2011 to work with disadvantaged young people, adults with learning difficulties and disabilities, and adults with mental health issues. In 2020, the programmes expanded to work with those in the local community. The programme now offers well-being and arts & crafts sessions for people in the community with mental health issues, veterans, carers, the socially-isolated and those with onset dementia.

We also work with Memory Cafes/Clubs and other specialist groups in the community.


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