Workshops

Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Mixed-Media

Rivers and Ponds
Mires and Bogs
Meadows
Heathland
Woodland
Exhibition at Hemyock
Exhibition at Hemyock
School Workshop
Primary Workshop Prints
Interactive Panel in Exhibition
Visitor contributions to the Exhibit
An unexpected outcome

A Collage of the Blackdown Hills:

An exhibition of art by children of the Blackdown Hills 

As part of the Blackdown Hills Natural Futures Project (BHNF) children from ten schools in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) worked with me in a series of art workshops to produce a range of prints inspired by the plants, animals and insects found in 5 specific environments of the area; Marshes and Bogs, Heathland, Woodland, Rivers and Ponds, and Hedgerows.

 

Ten local primary schools, each school had a half day printmaking workshop looking at one of the environments in depth. Then in 5 additional whole day sessions, we produced large painted and collaged panels, each one representing a different environment, with its associated plants, animals and insects.

Exhibited at the Blackdown Hills Healthy Living Centre, Hemyock from September to December 2017

Project managed by DAISI. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund

www.blackdownhillsnaturalfutures.org

www.daisi.org.uk/blackdown-hills

Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop
Immersive Pattern Drawing Workshop

Immersive Drawing Workshop

Exmouth Community College

Two days with Year 10 students looking at pattern across human cultures, pattern through embodied drawing and immersive installation.

Project managed by DAISI. 2017

monica@monica-shanta.net

Contemporary Visual Artist

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