Explore the relationship between iconic trees in Grimsby and Cleethorpes and the human-made environment at an experimental drawing workshop.
Led by Cleethorpes based artist Linnah Ingham, ‘Twigging’ will challenge local creatives to think differently about the world around them, whilst exploring the idea of place.
Working in charcoal, graphite, and inks, those taking part will work from photographs to create impressions of local trees and their elements.
The workshop takes place on Saturday, November 25, 10am to 1pm at Cleethorpes Library. Tickets cost £35.
It runs alongside a free exhibition called ‘Trees and Towns’ at Cleethorpes Library until 21st December during library opening hours.
Linnah Ingham lives in Cleethorpes and works from her studio at the Ropewalk. A keen walker and lover of landscape and ecology, her work has long-since included subjects relating to landscape and place.
She exhibits internationally, and has work in many collections including East Contemporary (Suffolk University), the Priseman Seabrook Collection, Rugby Art Gallery & Museum, and internationally in the MMoFA, Ohio and the University of Arizona Museum of Art. She is a member of the curated online platform, Contemporary British Painting Group.