Rosby’s art workshops are a popular retreat for groups of friends and couples seeking a unique creative experience in a beautiful country setting.
Visiting artists, sculptors and chefs team up with the Norton-Knights to offer a truly unique workshop program from January to November each year, including print-making, painting, mixed media, life drawing, and sculpture, as well as practical courses like welding, pizza-oven construction, and mud-brick making.
Workshops are hosted in a range of venues on the Rosby property, including The Hut, the Studio, the Guesthouse, the shearing shed, within the vineyard and among acres of mature gardens.
Rosby art workshops cater for all levels of experience, from complete novices to professional artists: “It doesn’t matter if you’ve never held a paintbrush before,” explains Amber. “There’s such value in sharing other people’s creative energy, in being immersed in beautiful settings, and of course with great food and wine to keep you going.”
ROSBY ART WORKSHOP 2017 SCHEDULE
This two-day workshop will provide you with the fundamental skills required to carry out basic welding techniques.
During this hands-on workshop you’ll learn the skills to create a mould and cast your very own head sculpture.
This workshop will build on the first weaving workshop, allowing you to master the simple basket weaving technique of coiling.
Sculptures In The Garden is an exciting not for profit event that showcases Australian sculpture in a beautiful rural setting within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee NSW.
Enjoy an all-inclusive wine, art and gourmet food experience in one of Mudgee’s most picturesque settings.
Margaret Ackland has been exploring the trace and relic of human experience for more than 20 years.
David returns to the easel to explore the landscape with a two-day Plein Air painting workshop using your preferred medium of acrylic, oils or watercolour.