Sketchy artists

Ever wanted to go sketching outdoors but don’t know where to start? A new workshop by a Bridgnorth artist could be just what you need.

Tutor Vicki Norman says, “We’ll spend the first day in the studio, tackling some fundamental drawing techniques before venturing out to enjoy sketching the characterful medieval town. We’ll explore Bridgnorth’s many beautiful views, finding quiet corners and fascinating places to study.”

Vicki is also taking bookings for a five-day workshop in September. She says, “The more I travel, the more I appreciate coming home to lovely Shropshire. This is especially true at harvest time; I love watching the industrious gathering of crops and the warm colours changing each day. So this year, I’ve decided to stay at home, and share some of the secrets of this ‘forgotten county’ with a group of people.”

For details about either course, visit or call 07761 017468.


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