Field Studies Council, Epping Forest and Juniper Hall
Telephone: 020 8502 8502
Paul's Nursery Road
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Field Studies Council, Epping Forest and Juniper Hall's Courses
Drawing is making a mark! Come and enjoy learning to turn those marks into recognisable images with professional artist and tutor, Linda Matthews, using a variety of subjects including landscape, figures, still life and buildings. Linda’s teaching is not step by step so she can tutor a group of mixed abilities, she will demonstrate a technique or subject, and you will then have a go. Her drawing techniques follow traditional rules which she believes you...
Absolutely no experience necessary, this one-day introduction to watercolour landscape will start in the classroom learning about colour mixing, tone, how to introduce life into your work, layering your paint working from light to dark. Later in the day you will be outdoors painting trees, water and structures in the grounds of FSC Epping Forest. Linda’s teaching is not 'step-by-step' thus allowing her to tutor a group of mixed abilities; she will demonstrate a technique...
Learn bushcraft skills on a one day course, run by the Field Studies Council. This course is perfect for anyone interested in basic survival skills. It is also suitable for youth group leaders that wish to gain more confidence in taking their units outdoors for Bushcraft activities. This course offers participants the opportunity to learn and practice basic Bushcraft skills in Epping Forest. The majority of the day will be spent lighting fires and cooking...
Two day residential woodworking course in the North Downs, run by the Field Studies Council. Friday to Sunday. Using locally sourced hardwood component parts, each student will assemble and complete a traditional three legged stool to take home. Once assembled we will explore how the component parts were made, and why the woodwork has been planned and organised in this manner so that students can go on to make other works if they want in...
Learn how to capture the glorious autumn colours of Epping Forest with your camera on this very user-friendly photography course and achieve interesting photographs of the season's woodland flora and fauna. De-mystify your camera and find out how to take good macro/close-up pictures using different angles. Open to beginners and keen amateurs alike. The afternoon workshop will give the chance to see the results, compare notes and learn how to use Photoshop to present your...