Explore, discover, learn, reflect and get creative on this unique experience in Northumberland National Park, where you'll hike through the beautiful countryside and learn to capture it on paper - as something to take home and treasure forever.
Join your guide Patrick and wildlife artist Jane, and discover the artist within yourself on this art and hiking experience in the village of Ingram in the Breamish Valley, Northumberland National Park.
Their aim is to get you feeling creative on this National Park Experience, so while we are walking and exploring, you can create your own drawings and memories from what you see and experience along the way.
You might be a skilled artist, or perhaps you are seeking inspiration or encouragement to develop your drawing skills. No matter what your level, this is the painting experience for you.
Your base for the day is Bulby Wood, beside the River Breamish. From there, you will be exploring the beautiful valley and taking the time to stand, stare and draw as we venture through the landscape.
The valley has a wide variety of wonderful natural features. The river, the trees, the wildlife, the sheep (of course, this is Northumberland) and wildflowers will all provide that artistic inspiration you need.
Get inspired in the great outdoors on a gentle and creative day
Benefit from the support of an expert wildlife artist
Experience the Northumberland landscape in the unique way of getting it down on canvas
Patrick is an experienced tour guide and has delivered guided walking tours, experiences and activities in Northumberland for ten years.
Your meeting point is in the Breamish Valley in the beautiful Northumberland National Park. With rolling hills, open moorland and beautiful rivers, this really is one of the best places to unleash your creative side.
The experience starts at 10:30am, and exact directions and a meeting point will be spcified on your booking voucher.