Art in the Garden
Plants, Paints and Picnics
Make your mark in the Long Draw at the Inner Temple Garden. It is one of London’s oldest gardens and is full of colour, flowers, trees, myths and history. See it all, then draw your favourite plant or story on 10 metre long paper scrolls in a montage of images.
Whether you are 8 or 80, a doodler or a wanna-be Dali, there’ll be room for all ages and talents, with experts on hand if guidance is needed, tours by the Head Gardener to give an in-depth understanding of the Garden’s design, and snippets from the past to inspire the imagination. And there will be plenty of quiet corners for those who prefer to use their own sketch-pads to capture the beauty of this timeless place.
Local artist Emma Coates will have an exhibition of her paintings and art work in the potting shed all themed around the Inner Temple Gardens. Check out some of Emma’s photographs and see our garden as it flourishes and changes through the seasons at www.flickr.com/photos/innertemplegarden/
Gates open from 12 – 4pm and being a Chelsea Fringe event it is free entry. So bring your own picnic, some artistic flair and make an afternoon of it at the Inner Temple Gardens on Sunday June 1st 2014.