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Find your creativity at Inner Temple this spring

in Exhibitions by Cass Art
Find your creativity at Inner Temple this spring

Nature meets artistic passion in the heart of central London this June. Don't miss out on the rare opportunity to visit one of the city's oldest and most treasured gardens, full of colour, flowers, trees, myths and history, only a stone's throw away from our Charing Cross store. Cass Art is proud to support the Honorable Society of the Inner Temple and the creative events taking place.

The Long Draw features 10m long scrolls of paper which will be unfurled across the garden and with various art supplies to choose from, visitors are encouraged to draw, doodle, paint something onto this long collage of images. Artists will be on hand to provide advice and visitors are welcome to explore and enjoy a quiet draw in the garden away from the crowds.

The Head Gardener of the Inner Temple will be giving 3 guided walks on colours, textures and elements to help visitors learn about the design of the garden. Alongside works from immersive artist Emma L Coates in the potting shed, there will be an installation in the garden by artists Philippa Lawrence and Randy Chan, all the way from Singapore.

Visitors are encouraged to bring picnics and relax in the garden for the duration of the afternoon. Taking place from 12pm-4pm on Sunday 1st June at Inner Temple Garden, EC4Y 7HL (entrance via Tudor Street), the Inner Temple's garden events are not to be missed.  Admission is free, and all donations will be given to charity. 

Feeling inspired?

Stock up on your own art supplies to try it out in your own garden - pick up a Stephens Poster Rolls and a pack of Faber-Castell Pencils to begin your own creative adventure into nature.

Shop online now and remember to follow Cass Art on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest on art news and creative events.

For more information regarding the Inner Temple and the events hosted in its beautiful gardens visit their website.

Image Credits

All images by Emma L Coates