Cats' eyes drawing workshop

A very special art workshop opportunity for local artists and budding talent

A unique exhibition of feline art will be taking place at the end of November. Tisbury-based feline charity International Cat Care and the Society of Feline Artists will be holding The Complete Cat exhibition at the beautiful Rook Lane Gallery in Frome for two weeks from the end of November. The exhibition, which is helping to raise money for International Cat Care, will feature over 130 extraordinary cat-themed artworks from 24 renowned artists.

To kick off the exhibition, on Saturday 24th November, experienced artists and budding talent are invited to a very special drawing workshop with feline artist and trainer France Bauduin. Entitled Drawing a Cat's Eye, there will be two half day workshops (limited to 8 people per session) where art enthusiasts can sharpen their skills and receive expert personal guidance on colour layering and other drawing techniques.

The workshop is aimed at all levels of artists, from the more experienced to those just starting out. Children over the age of 10 are also welcome to attend the workshop when accompanied by an adult.

  • Saturday 24th November (Session 1: 10–12.30 and Session 2: 2–4.30)
  • Spaces are very limited with only 8 spaces available per session
  • The workshop is family friendly – children aged 10+ (with an adult) are very welcome
  • Places cost £25 per person which includes tea/coffee and biscuits and drawing materials
  • Venue: Rook Lane Gallery, Bath Street, Frome BA11 1DN

If you would like to attend, please send an email to shelley.gregory-jones@icatcare.org with the number of places you would like and your preferred session (morning 10.00–12.30 or afternoon 2.00–4.30pm). Places are very limited so get in touch soon!

Click here for further information on the exhibition.

(France Bauduin will provide all the materials for the workshop, but participants are welcome to bring photos of their own cats to use as a model if they wish to.)

news date: 

06.11.2018