We’re combining art and food for a morning beneath the trees with Surrey Art School founder, Ellie Green, followed by a seasonal feast.
Our food and art collaborations guarantee a warm welcome, a gentle dose of mindful creativity and a feast cooked over our flickering flames, inspired by seasonal, local ingredients.
Join Ellie and create beautiful hand-made mono-prints using the surrounding woodland as inspiration. You’ll be working with vegetable oil based inks that are totally non-toxic and create stunning photographic results.
You’ll come away with multiple prints from leaves, feathers and whatever else you can find on the forest floor. You’ll get the chance to take a little bit of the beautiful woodland home with you on the day.
Following the workshop, we’ll sit down around our shared dining tables for a two-course lunch.
Our woodland glen is based on a beautiful private estate in South Nutfield, just outside of Redhill, a 30 minute direct train from London. We are fully covered with our woodland shelter in the event of wet weather, but please do ensure to dress appropriately.
This workshop is suitable for beginners and Ellie’s gentle and mindful approach to teaching will encourage your confidence levels to bloom and your technical skill to blossom.