Acrylics, Ink & Mixed Media

A fun and totally inspiring day for anyone wishing to reinvigorate their creativity. Experiment with water-based acrylics and artists mediums to create exciting artwork. Jenny will demonstrate her many techniques so you can produce colourful vibrant pieces of your own, incorporating textured pastes, pattern, collage, printing as well as metallic leaf and foiling.

Acrylic Pouring for Beginners

Learn the art of Acrylic Pouring. Its great fun, addictive and very satisfying. There are endless possibilities for experimenting with colour and effect. Jenny will take you through the art of acrylic pouring, from the recipe for mixing colours, how to create cells and the key techniques to achieve amazing patterns.

Mixed Media Fantasy Painting

Paint a Flower Meadow a Seascape and much more! Discover the amazing magical properties of fantasy paints from Pebeo, incorporating Moon and Prism effects. The workshop uses glass paints, fantasy colour, resin, and mirror foil to create artworks full of texture & colour. Great for beginners as well as those with some experience.

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Workshops

Team Building | Wellbeing | Creative Skills Development | Schools | Artist in Residencies | Jenny’s Studio Day Experiences

Jenny’s creative workshops lead to amazing outcomes even for the artistically challenged. She provides motivational creative days alongside fun and relaxing well-being workshops which are often the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern work life.

Jenny also visits schools and colleges around the UK for single day sessions, arts weeks and as artist in residence, sharing the secrets of her own practice in an entertaining and highly engaging way.

‘Jenny was a fantastic artist in residence and so very easy to work with. The pupils absolutely loved her vibrancy and energy. Her work with our pupils will have a long-lasting and highly positive effect on their learning. We can’t wait to have her back again!’

Kim Bradbeer, St Swithun’s School