Talk – Demonstration on Mackintosh Stencilling at The Hill House – Helensburgh

Being blessed with the great chance to work with stencils I take great pride and pleasure in sharing my knowledge and I will be doing this during the summer in the lovely  The Hill House National Trust Property in Helensburgh.

That great turn of the century building was once designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for his friend/patron Blackie the Glasgow wealthy publisher. It is a great house, its opened to the public and is ran by The National Trust of Scotland.

I have had many connections with the house over the years and I am glad to say they have agreed to take part in my Big Rose Project later on this October.

When it comes to Mackintosh stencilling, The Hill House is blessed with several great designs and it will be my pleasure to give a small talk about them and then demonstrate how to recreate similar schemes in your own buildings using card stencils. I offer one of those stencils on my Etsy site

This is a free event for the visitors to the house and you should get in touch with them to book yourself on it as space is limited.

This event will run on the 17 and 31 of July and 14 and 28 of August between 11.30 and 3pm with talks at 11.30 and 2pm on all days.

If you want information on my stencilling workshops please check my course page

Hope to see you there to discuss your own stencilling projects.

Betty xx

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I am a Christie's trained artist born in France but living in Glasgow. I work with Eco Techniques like Natural dyes, Eco Printing and Indigo dyeing using recycled material. I learn, teach and share my techniques, I work with communities and travel to Asia

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