High Tea art workshop 21 May at Picot's Farm Woolshed
Sunday 21 May, 10.30am to 1.30pm at Picot's Farm Woolshed, Cunningham
20 minutes from Warwick, 1 hour from Inglewood & Toowoomba, 2hrs from Gundy. Note: Saturday night accommodation is available for 3-4 guests at Picot's Farm.
Enjoy making your own version of Sue Hamlet's stacked teacup design with a twist - white teacups on a stunning dark blue background. Your workshop experience is served 'high tea style' with proper coffee and tea, delicious sandwiches and sweets.
Your canvas is 40cm x 40cm, pre-painted blue, ready for us to design and paint unique teacup stacks using white 'posca' paint pens - so much easier than using brushes, it is a very relaxing experience with no prior illustration skills needed. Sue will bring along a range of design ideas, you can even bring your favourite teacup as inspiration if you like! Sue will guide you through the process so it's a piece of cake. And you can eat cake too :)
The cost is $75 per person which includes your tea or coffee and delicious high tea. Thanks to the generosity of our hosts, Picot's Farm, we are able to donate $20 from every ticket to the set up of Warwick's own Protea Place women's crisis centre.
Our Venue: Picot's Farm is rural bliss at its best. The Woolshed (Shearing Shed) was built in the 1940s by Harry Picot and overlooks Picots Flat to the east and a stand of timber to the south. Picots Farm is owned by 4th Generation Graziers’, Ian & Helen Lewis, whose family have been there for 80 years. The landscape includes undulating hills with magnificent views through to Cunningham’s Gap. www.picotsfarm.com.au
Call Helen Lewis on 0418 785 285 if you wish to book accommodation at the Woolshed for Saturday night.
This is the perfect event for mothers, daughters and friends to come together and create in a blissfully peaceful rural setting.
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