Sue Tyldesley, a Quaker based in North Lancashire, is a textile artist who uses creative embroidery.Sue is a member of the Embroiderers Guild and enjoys…
Spirituality and Creative Practice: Wax Wonders
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This series of sessions will enable people to learn from practising artists about different creative practices and encourage them to try it for themselves using a playful and spiritual approach . Timed to be accessible to working people, and able to include older children and their parents.
Sue Tyldesley will show you how to work with coloured beeswax to create lovely images. Encaustic art is her passion and a great way to create – using the serendipity of the melted wax. She will share some techniques and some of her work including how to use the element of surprise!
You will be invited to have a go with simple, similar materials. You will use the iron (on a cool setting) to melt some wax for some images and the hair drier for other images.
Families joining from a single device only need to book and pay for one place.
Course category: Spirituality & Retreats
This course will involve:
On the booking form, there is a chance for you to let us know about any accessibility or communication adjustments that will enable you to participate more fully in the course. Closed captions for live sessions may be available upon request; please contact us directly if you require closed captions.