Date: Tuesday 20 December
Times: 10am- 12.30pm
Age recommendation 10+
Cost £48 (materials included)
A fascinating opportunity for young artists to join our newest Creative team member Edward Scott for a morning of drawing and painting in the Long Gallery at Messums Wiltshire, Tisbury. Taking inspiration from the Irish painter Hannah Mooney whose works will be on display during the festive period, students will be introduced to the interpretation of the landscape. Throughout the morning the participants will examine the artworks in the gallery and will also be invited to observe and respond to the surrounding landscape.
Edward Scott is a Salisbury-based young artist. Inspired by the ineffable aspects of being and a fascination with materiality, Edward explores his subject matter through a range of mediums and processes such as oil painting, printmaking, and collage. After graduating from Falmouth University with a first class degree in Fine Art, Edward worked at Salisbury Arts Centre where he trained under Mirka Golden-Hann and developed a keen interest in ceramic practice. Edward is excited to share his knowledge and experience as a painter-printmaker whilst continuing to explore and develop a painterly approach to ceramic practice.