BHe inspired by the amazing and dramatic paintings of John Martin 1789–1854 to recreate our own pictures of the mega flood.

  • 17 Jan 2016
  • 11am
  • Dover

ART IN THE SHELTER – CREATE A SCENE OF DEVASTATION

Be inspired by the amazing and dramatic paintings of John Martin 1789–1854 to recreate our own pictures of the mega flood.

When Russian Tsar Nicholas, saw one of Martin’s paintings he exclaimed “My God, it is like the mouth of Hell”. 

Suitable for all ages, all abilities.   Wear clothes appropriate for the weather.

Suggested donation of £5 per person towards materials appreciated.

 

 

LEADER: Steve Walker, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 225649).

MEET: Samphire Hoe Education Shelter. Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone, CT17 9FL (pay and display car park).

DURATION: 2 hours. No dogs.

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