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Hourly sessions, half or full days offered

           Schools, Small business Team Building, Groups, Residential homes

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Hi Kirsty,
The class and I would like to thank you once again for a fantastic day at Tilney All Saints. The children are still talking about it and their portraits look amazing. We will definitely be recommending you! All the best and hopefully we will see you again in the future.
Many thanks,Jennifer Lancaster.

I am currently running online zoom art classes, I can also provide materials. Recorded tutorials are also available to watch via youtube, search creativehealthathome, and there are more details on the website
The BFG would be very impressed by these beautiful dream jars and dreamcatchers
The Witches Workshop
Making bugs to keep Charlie company on his giant peach

Celebratory Birthday Portraits of the Queen with Ashleigh Primary School

Lichtenstein inspired portraits with Year 2's 

 Patrick Heron inspired portraits with Year 3's

Expressive Drawing Workshops with North Norfolk Libraries 

Working with Victory Housing Residents and their families

Workshops Taking Place At The Pavilion: Briston 

Youthzone collaborative artwork 

Creative Journals Workshops 
Taking place  at Cromer Junior School

Creative Journals: part sketchbook, part scrapbook, photo album, memoir, recording the people, places and things you love.
Experimenting with lots of different media, making collages that express who you are.

Printing Workshop 

Easter Crafts 

Creating an Art Journal at Sheringham Youth Zone 

Sheringham High School Family Art Workshops 

Collaborative Artwork: Langham Primary School;  Class 1 (age 4 - 6)

Langham Primary School: Japanese collage pictures; class 2 (yrs 2 & 3) 

Teacher Portraits: By Key Stage Two pupils at Langham Primary School 

Aldborough Art Group Experimental Drawing Day 

 Drawing Workshop at Scole Primary School
Key Stage 2

 "At the start I didn't think I could do art very well but afterwards I realised I was quite good at it." (Toby Year 4)

"I really learned how to use shading to improve my artwork - it made it look much better." (Harrison Year 5)

"The whole school had a fantastic experience. From Reception to Year 6, the quality of the artwork was stunning and the pupils developed skills that they will be able to use long into the future." (Mark Carlyle, Headteacher)

Cromer Junior School: Arts Week 

Adult Creative Class: YMCA 

Corpusty Primary School; Green Man Project 

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