On the last day of our exhibition at Thelma Hulbert Gallery, we were delighted to lead a family drop-in workshop as part of the Big Draw 2015.
We set-up various drawing activities within the gallery for people to experiment with, including collaborative drawing using an OHP.
These large-scale, layered drawings changed dramatically throughout the day, as new families came and added their drawings, working from items they selected and positioned themselves.
We also encouraged people to explore automatic drawing processes using cotton-reel tanks, Lego robots and pendulum and rucksack drawing-machines.
It was a good fun day, with lots of enthusiastic visitors, producing lively and exciting drawings as a result, such as these rucksack drawings by Teganne, Noah and Tessa.
Huge thanks go to all the staff and volunteers at the gallery, for making this event so successful.