This Easter, Wild Life Drawing will return to Richmond Art School for two days, with some special guests of wolves and birds of prey.
During the session, the class will be introduced to the animals with a short talk from the experienced animal handlers and we will study their unique anatomy. As well as drawing, we will be learning about their hunting techniques, habitat adaption and conservation issues facing these animals in the wild.
Drawing materials and paper are provided for you, however you might like to bring a camera.
There are four classes on offer; the first two featuring wolves run from 11am-1pm and 2pm - 4pm on Monday 3rd April. The family class will have specially designed activities for children.
The afternoon class will run from 2pm-4pm for adults only. All abilities are welcome and creative guidance will be provided throughout. It would make a great Easter gift for your loved one!
The second day will feature birds of prey, and again we have a family class in the morning 11am - 1pm, and an adult class in the afternoon 2pm - 4pm on Wednesday 12th April.