History of Art in the Clyde Valley

corra_linn_studio veronica liddell

 

This looks like a fabulous opportunity at the New Lanark World Heritage Site and it’s FREE!!

March 8th at 7:30 p.m.

It is funded by the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership and this is the info copied from their Facebook page.

 

Join New Lanark World Heritage Site and explore the history and legacy of art and architecture in and around New Lanark. This is a free event. To book e-mail jane.masters@newlanark.org or telephone 01555 661345

From works by Alexander Nasmyth, ‘the father of Scottish landscape painting’, to contemporary artists, and from designed landscapes to public parks, Jane Masters, New Lanark Heritage Manager, will explore how the Clyde Valley, and in particular, the Falls of Clyde, has acted as a source of inspiration for artists and designers for centuries.

The event is being supported by the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership. It kicks off a new weekend Landscape Painting Course. Check outhttp://www.newlanark.org/events to find out more. The event image is a painting by local artist Veronical Lidell who will be leading the course.

 

Veronica Liddell
Veronica Liddell

 

Here are some other options from Clyde and Avon Valley:

Course Only, Places Limited
Friday 7.30-8.30pm and Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
Includes Friday evening lecture, landscape painting classes, New Lanark Tour and Search Room Introduction
All for the fantastic rate of only £50!

Residential Course, Places Limited
Friday – Sunday inclusive
Includes all of the above plus two nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast (Friday and Saturday based on 2 people sharing) at the beautiful New Lanark Mill Hotel
All for the fantastic rate of £139!

 

Corra Linn Studio, New Lanark
Corra Linn Studio, New Lanark

 

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