art workshops at Rennaldburn

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pendant by Harriet

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pebble by Harriet

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suncatcher by Nathaniel

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microcosmos by Nathaniel

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the second batch ready to fire

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the completed panels ~ made by
Andrew, Nathaniel, Harriet and Sarah

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pyramid by Sarah

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the panels at home :)

Above are some pieces created by a family who
were guests at Rennaldburn in September 2021.

As well as everyone working on individual glass works, the whole
family created two panels designed to hang in a window at home.

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porcelain dish by Carla

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glass Medicine Buddha with
porcelain frame by Kevin

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Guests Carla and Kevin with some of
their completed pieces in March 2023

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honeycomb head
by Kevin

about workshops at Rennaldburn:

I’m an artist who loves working with a wide range of media,
and offer a variety of art workshops at Rennaldburn that
can be enjoyed by people of all levels of experience.

Many are also suitable for children,
if with an adult. (Do check first :)

I feel this multimedia approach is valuable for a few reasons.
In my own practice, working with a variety of mediums adds
greatly, not only to the range and scope of work that I can
make, but also to a sense of infinite possibility inherent
in the act of creation ~ and, therefore, in life itself.

It also brings a sense of excitement,
of embracing playful curiosity, which, again,
carries through to the wider world.

Each medium also has its own very distinct energy.
To work with the density and pliability of clay, for example,
is evocative in a very different way than working with ink
and fabric, with marks on paper, with glass and light.

People can also feel more blocked around certain media
than others: somebody who feels strongly that they ‘can’t draw’,
for instance, may enjoy working with clay without any resistance.

While it’s always possible to do work with, and within, the perceived limitation,
to simply use a different pathway in can feel immediately liberating for people.
It can awaken an experiential understanding of how a change in approach
or view can allow one to move beyond a perceived obstacle.

The prices are all for one two-hour session:

One to one: £65
two people: £45 each
three people: £40 each
four or more: £35 each

Workshops offered:
(more details coming soon)

Prayer flag woodblock printing
Cyanotype sun prints
Glass painting
Glass casting
Glass fusing

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Pea green cups by Semay, January 2020

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Semay glazing her cups in Rennaldburn's ceramics workshop


Debby painting a mushroom platter, July 2021

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'Muse' plate by Debby, July 2021

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Ceramic pieces by Kamran, February 2020

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Kamran's painting on glass taking shape

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Arran and his ceramic pieces

Do get in touch if you're interested in doing an art workshop at Rennaldburn.

Workshops that involve a kiln firing combine well with a stay here :)

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