17th February 2024
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Learn how to develop a range of drawing techniques and create new compositions inspired by winter colours and landscapes in the Chatsworth Garden. This session is an exclusive opportunity to access the grounds of Chatsworth during the closed season.
The workshop will include getting to know your tools and learning effective techniques to use in location studies, opportunities to explore some areas of the garden and carry out observational drawings of winter flora and fauna, and time to discuss and review your creations with our experienced tutor and your course mates. No previous drawing experience is required, you’ll be carefully guided through each stage of the process. Our experience tutor will be on hand throughout the day, allowing you to follow along and ask any questions you may have.
All materials are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own drawing equipment if you wish.
The workshop will be based in our art studio - the Old Potting Shed. Tickets include tea and coffee throughout the day and a delicious graze box picnic lunch provided by the Chatsworth Farm Shop – please note we will be in touch to confirm your dietary requirements.
Saturday 17 February | 10am to 3.30pm
£85 per person
How To Find Us
Nearby places to stay
Welcome to a selection of holiday Boltholes in some of England’s most beautiful surroundings. We have homes big and small, traditional and…
Located in the heart of the Peak District overlooking the Chatsworth Estate, The Cavendish offers comfortable and relaxed surroundings.
Just a stroll away from the splendour of Chatsworth, The Devonshire Arms at Pilsley is a village Inn with comfortable, traditionally-styled rooms.
Submit an event
Do you organise an event in the Peak District and Derbyshire? If so, please submit the details of your event here for the chance to see it published on our What's On page free of charge.
Sign up to our newsletter
Receive the latest news, special offers, ideas and inspiration straight to your inbox by signing up to the Visit Peak District & Derbyshire e-newsletter.