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Wildflowers in Watercolour: Adult painting class in Kings Park
When
01:00pm - 03:00pm, Friday, 23 September 2022
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Where
At Wildflower Pavilion Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Website
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Categories
Kings Park Festival, Art and exhibitions, Wellness

Join local artist Ellie Biggs for a watercolour painting class to capture the brilliant bright blooming wildflowers of Kings Park on paper.

The class will use a selection of Ellie's macro photos of blossoming Kings Park wildflowers for ease of drawing across onto paper. This class is suitable for beginners.

Book now to immerse yourself in the wildflower season and take a piece of floral colour home to hang on your own wall. These classes are being run in association with Rokeby Loft.

For more information on the artist see elliegeoart.com

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