Wicked, Eh? That's Brill!


I just got a lovely parcel of feedback forms from Stockport Art Gallery, where I did a day of workshops recently, based on Dragon's Dinner.


I'd like to share some with you, as well as these great photos taken on the day by local amateur photographer Ian Benson. Thanks Ian - they're smashing!


"Wicked. I really enjoyed drawing the dragon and I have learnt how to draw character, and that you can express their emotions through the picture, not the use of speech bubbles. Very interesting art lesson."


"It was brill because I learnt a lot. It was the best!"


"I thought it was really good. The bit I enjoyed most was when Lynne gave away her pictures she drew. I also enjoyed when she let us try it ourselves. The whole if it was really good!!! Thank you."



"Utterly amazing!"


"I think it was really fun. I have always wondered how to draw a dragon, a SCARY dragon."


"Very very very very great. The best in the world."


Isn't that just lovely? Makes me feel all warm and squishy. Thank you to everyone who came and worked so hard. I'm so pleased you had fun.

2 comments:

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

Lovely artwork on your blog Lynne, am green with envy and feel totally inadequate - but it's been such a pleasure, especially seeing how much enjoyment your work gives to children. Best wishes. Lesley

Lynne Chapman said...

Thanks Lesley - but you have no reason to feel inadequate: your paintings are gorgeous!