Unleash your creativity and paint your own wonderful watercolour, inspired by Birmingham born artist, Arthur Lockwood who features in the new exhibition Webster and Horsfall: 300 Years of Innovation.
Encouraged by his artist father, Arthur began drawing and painting at an early age and went with his father on outings, learning to draw and paint on the spot! After attending the Birmingham college of Art, Arthur became interested in industrial landscapes, including West Midlands buildings and factories that have since been demolished. His watercolours are an invaluable record of a vanishing world.
The watercolours you paint will be framed for you to take home.
This activity is drop-in and subject to availability. At busy times you may be asked to queue until the next available space becomes available.
Suitable for all ages, but aimed at children who are 5+. Children must be supervised by adults at all times.
£2 per child.
This event also repeats on 17, 19 and 21 February.
There will also be a free trail ‘Made in Brum’ available all week from the Information Desks.