Nature Printing with leaves

Explore the nature printing process with Rebecca Jewell

Date:
Venue:
The Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BF, United Kingdom
Organiser: learning@linnean.org
02074344479 ext 228

ART CLASS 18:00–20:00 Thursday 17th October 2019

This workshop is for adults and is aimed to accommodate mixed abilities, with tuition for all levels. The class will have a maximum of eight students with one tutor so that individual attention is possible.

Basic watercolour materials will be provided, although participants are encouraged to bring their own if they have them.

A full listing of upcoming workshops can be found here: Discovery Workshops

Seaweed

This evening class aims to teach the technique of nature printing. With the guidance of expert print-artist Rebecca Jewell, you will use a variety of different leaves and ferns to create your own prints directly onto paper.

The class will take place in the newly-built studio in the Linnean Society, which has a wonderful cabinet display of specimens, books and objects.


This two-hour workshop costs £30 and is open to all.

  • Registration is essential to secure your place.
  • Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Doors will open at 17.45 and the workshops will begin at 18.00. A talk will be happening in our Meeting Room at the same time so please make yourself known to staff at the reception.
  • All necessary materials will be provided.

PSSST! Did you know the Discovery Workshop programme is non-for-profit, with any leftover income cycling back to subsidise places for those who are unable to pay? To apply for a subsidised or free place, please send an email to learning@linnean.org, noting which workshop/course you are interested in attending.

About the facilitator

Rebecca Jewell is a print-maker and collage artist
Rebecca Jewell is a print-maker and collage artist. She has a PhD from The Royal College of Art and is artist in residence in the Oceanic department of the British Museum. Her work is held in the British Museum, the Natural History Museum, the British Library, as well as in many private collections.

You can find Rebecca on Instagram, @DrawnFromNature