Festive Wreathmaking – 11 December 2021 – Afternoon Session
1.45 pm – 3.15 pm
About Festive Wreathmaking
Join Jane Bevan and Katherine Parrish for an afternoon of special festive wreath making to decorate your home. Natural materials from gardens, hedgerows and countryside will be provided and please bring your own selection too.
If time allows we will make an additional seasonal decoration to pass to a loved one or to decorate our home.
Festive nibbles, mince pies and a glass of warm mulled fruit juice will be served so bring your slippers and prepare for a real treat.
This is a socially distanced event for 6 people. Masks should be worn when moving around the Roundhouse.
About Jane Bevan
Following a 25 year career curating art exhibitions and working in museums Jane is now a full time artist, making collage, small sculptures and vessels from found, natural materials such as bark, feathers, seeds and thorns collected in English woodlands.
She graduated from the University of Derby in 2011 with a 1st class degree on the Crafts BA course which focuses on sustainability and innovation. Her work won the 2011 Purchase Award. She now exhibits her work in galleries and exhibitions in the UK.
In 2013 her book, ‘Craft From Natural Materials’ was published by Bloomsbury http://www.bloomsbury.com/author/jane-bevan
She runs an extensive programme of workshops/courses for adults and children creating artwork with found, natural materials in galleries, hospitals, schools and venues throughout the UK.
About Katherine Parrish
Katherine has a background in Art and Craft practice; she’s been a glassblower and potter. But her love in all of this artistic life has been colour. After gaining teaching qualifications she’s taught in a wide range of settings to a wide range of people from prisoners at HM Prison Leicester, to kids after school clubs. Her style is ‘let’s learn and have fun’ she loves to encourage people to have a go and learn how to be more confident on their creative journey, focusing on tips, tricks and techniques.