Art Workshop to Be on Theme of Brentford's Inspiring Canals

Sangeeta Weatherley hosting free event at the Digital Dock

Sangeeta Weatherley
Sangeeta Weatherley



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February 17, 2023

An Art Workshop with Sangeeta Weatherley with the theme of the canals of Brentford is being held at the Digital Dock.

The free event takes place between 6pm and 7.30pm at 205 High Street (TW8 8AH) on Wednesday 22 February.

All materials will be provided as you learn how to create serenity through neurographic art using simple lines and watercolours.

Sangeeta Weatherley will explore painting techniques with watercolours and create a finished piece of artwork. You will be guided step-by-step in the process of painting. No drawing skills or prior experience is required.

You can reserve your free place here.

Sangeeta Weatherley is a self-taught artist with a background in IT. She undertakes commissions and runs ‘Art Social/Art for Wellbeing and 1-1’ workshops which have proven to help people connect with their inner creative. Her sessions aim to be fun and friendly and specifically suited to those who have not painted since school.

This session is part of the newly launched Digital Dock business programme sponsored by Hounslow Council.

Find out how to get involved in the Digital Dock programme by signing up here.

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