DRAW & Paint in Wordsworth’s Gardens

21st & 22nd April 2019

Rydal Mount & Gardens, The Lake District

Tutors: Tyga Helme & Bea Hasell-McCosh

View over Rydal Water from the Croquet Lawn

View over Rydal Water from the Croquet Lawn

 

RYdal mount…

… was the home of the poet William Wordsworth from 1813 until his death in 1850.

As well as a poet, Wordsworth was also a keen gardener.

The gardens at Rydal Mount are close to how he designed them. He wanted nature to lead the way and his design ethos could be summed up as “defend us from the tyranny of trimness and neatness”.

The 4 acres of gardens are a variety of levels, colours, shapes and textures.

Led by Tyga Helme and Bea Hasell-McCosh, explore drawing & painting in this very special landscape.

£250 (packed lunch and tea included)

10am to 5pm

Materials and accommodation are not included. Maximum 12 students. Open to all levels.