Introduction to Botanical casting

Preserving a moment in time by using foraged botany to make clay impressions.

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

14th October 2024 : Introduction to Botanical casting

Start Date : Mon 14th Oct 2024
Time : 18:00 - 20:30
Location : Cirencester College
Duration : 2 weeks
Spaces : 9
Code : 10/24_BOT_2W_MC
all resources included

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What topics are covered?

Used clay and plaster. Mould making. Botanical knowledge and appreciation

How will I learn?

Demonstration, question and answer, group discussion. Handouts

What do I need to bring?

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

There will be plants provided but you are welcome to bring 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!