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Drawing Growth – learn about plants by drawing to observe how they grow.

Drawing Growth is a free weekly drawing club. All welcome, beginners to pros.

Thursday 1-3pm.

You can draw together with others – always very friendly and encouraging – or find your own quiet corner and draw.

We often have a project running, where we are tracking the growth through seasons of one particular plant, eg the pear tree in the Orchard, Daffodil bulbs, a broad bean, tomato plants, the apricot tree. We share a communal drawing diary that is always available during the rest of the week for members of Drawing Growth to draw in.

We are linked to the Drawing Circles project, where people share sketchbooks and drawn conversations.  See here for images of the current Drawing Growth tracking project. Apricot 2015. / 2016.

Angie Brew also teaches short courses at the Greenhouses.

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2016 Drawing Growth project

February 8th update – We are drawing a PHLOMIS…very little Spring growth so far, but those of us who have been drawing it have noticed tiny movement within the bud, and one leaf has twisted a bit. It is the prelude. More soon!

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Apricot branch

Apricot branch – May 22nd 2015

It is good that we chose one branch to observe / track – we noticed little feathery fronds where each leaf stems grows from the branch. They disappear once the leaf grows bigger, so you find them on newer growth on ends of the branches. We are now tracking a single leaf that we spotted […]

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Drawing Growth – Thursday Drawing Club 1-3pm

We meet every Thursday at the Greenhouses. The club is free (donations please to the Greenhouses). Find a quiet spot and draw or join in with our tracking growth seasonal drawing projects. All welcome. Contact Angie Brew at brewdrawing@gmail.com for more info.

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