On Saturday 19th of July I spent the day teaching Seashore Wildlife Art at the Seadrift Centre in Dunnet. It was a fun day and a great venue, with plenty of bones, shells, taxidermy and information to use for inspiration, as well as a lovely view of the beach and some real life wildlife (mainly Terns). It was a drop in session with student’s ages ranging from young children to adults, which kept things interesting. Here’s some of what they got up to:
The Seadrift Centre itself is well worth a visit if you’re in the area.