This workshop is part of the Super Nature art fair programme.
Super Nature exhibiting artist Tessa Pearson uses sketchbook studies as the source for all her colourful floral monoprints and abstract paintings.
In this workshop she will share some of her secrets and techniques, with demonstrations and examples, to help you enjoy painting big bold flowers in your own sketchbook work.
All levels welcome. This workshop will be socially distanced – please read our Visitors’ Charter and Q&As for the measures we’ve put in place to ensure your visit to the Museum is safe and enjoyable.
About Tessa Pearson
Tessa studied Printed Textile design at UCA Farnham and the RCA, and now uses printmaking and mixed media as her preferred medium, working mostly on paper creating bold abstract paintings and silkscreen monotypes. Known for her exceptional use of colour, recent work is from studies of patterns and colour experienced in inspirational gardens and interpreted in her very recognisable style.