Draw from inspiration and "take a line for a walk" at the Victoria Art Gallery
Visitors to Bath's Victoria Art Gallery can "take a line for a walk" to create their own masterpieces as part of Bath & North East Somerset Council's Heritage Open Week.
Everyone is welcome to join in with the Gallery's free drop-in event on Saturday 27 October (11am to 4pm), which is based upon the artist Paul Klee's famous description of drawing as "Taking a line for a walk."
Councillor Cherry Beath (Lib-Dem, Combe Down), Cabinet Member for Sustainable Development, said: "This is a wonderful opportunity to bring art to life and help more people to get involved in creative activities. Bath & North East Somerset Council welcomes people to be inspired by the Victoria Art Gallery's collection – particularly Paul Klee's 'Small Harbour Scene' paintings – to create their own magical scenes and strange sea creatures at this fun event."
All materials are provided and a friendly tutor is on hand to lead you through a range of enjoyable drawing activities which are designed to take your pencil for a walk.
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The "Taking a Line for a Walk" event is being held as part of The Big Draw – the world's biggest celebration of drawing. It also marks the first day of Heritage Open Week 2012, which sees over 20 museums, galleries and heritage sites across Bath and North East Somerset hosting a wide range of events and activities from Saturday 27 October to Sunday 4 November.
For full details of Heritage Open Week 2012, including listings and the online brochure, visit Bath & North East Somerset Council's website www.bathnes.gov.uk/openweek or pick up the Heritage Open Week brochure in your local library or museum.
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