Casting Botanical Plaques

Preserve a moment in time with the beauty of foraged botany, to make clay impressions.

The clay impressions are used to form a clay mould, which is flooded with plaster and Cornish stone, producing pieces that celebrate the beauty, and structure of the natural world.

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What topics are covered?

Making a mould. Working with clay, plaster, and Cornish stone. Using clay and plaster tools

2D composition, 2D composition in a circular format.

How will I learn?

Demonstration and discussion

What do I need to bring?

An apron or top you don’t mind getting paint on.

Some plants from your garden or legally foraged

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Botanical Castings


Clare was a wonderful tutor, really calm and patient during the first lesson showing us the technique.

This meant for the following lessons we were able to go straight into creating incredibly detailed impressions from the plants and flowers.

Her enthusiasm was energising and we all came away with work to be proud of!