Join our free workshops at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall to create artwork and decoration for the festival, plus discuss issues around waste, plastics and more. Free and open to the public, this is ideal for families, and involving local artists and community groups.
We have wonderful artists running workshops, including:
Nicola Coe is an artist who works with and within nature. Her subject matter are the landscapes she comes into daily contact with and the souvenirs of nature she finds within them. Using a combination of medium and process involving walking, printing, natural inks, paint, the elements and words. Her creations include 2d artworks, Paper vessels, contact prints and Artists books. Nicola Coe was born in Colchester in 1968. She attended the North Essex School of Art for a two year diploma in Art and Design, followed by obtaining a BA(hons) in Fine Art from Exeter College of Art and Design.
Nicola works both 2 dimensionally and 3 dimensionally.
Working with Paper, natural inks, rainwater and the environment.
Her creations include Paper vessels, contact prints and books...
Along with her visual art she also produces a range of wearable art... 'Foraged'.
These works are naturally dyed, recycled scarves ...
The dyes are made with botanical alchemy from and within the garden...
Nicola Coe lives in Suffolk.
She is married with two grown up children.
She lives with her Artist husband, two dogs, two cats and ten chickens.
Recycled, reclaimed and reworked! Imogen is a multi-medium artist whose work ranges from paper hat making, pottery, needle felting from hand spun Alpaca and Camel wool, knitting and dress making from re-cycled materials. She has 35 years in teaching Art and Design to adults and children with learning difficulties and has been a professional artist in that time. http://aldeburghstudiotrail.co.uk/imogen-semken/
Join us at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall