Trees are important for humans and wildlife – so pay homage to them by learning how to paint a watercolours tree with Miriam Gardiner.
Watercolour paints result in a transparent and layered effect, a style which works wonderful for trees. Learn how to paint watercolour trees whilst relaxing and thinking about how trees help us by providing shade, oxygen, food, habitat, flowers and much more. Take home your painting at the end.
No prior experience needed. This workshop is suitable for adults and young people aged 12 and over.
We know that Western Australians want bold action on climate. But with the 2022 Federal Election just around the corner, do you know how the parties and your local candidates stack up on climate action?
Come along and hear direct from candidates in the Hasluck Electorate presenting their party's plans to take action on climate change at our online webinar and Q&A forum on Wednesday 27 April 2022.
This event is proudly hosted by the Conservation Council of WA, Climate Action Now, Perth Hills Climate Change Interest Group (PHCCIG) and Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC).
Climate Action Now (CAN) is a national initiative by a number of climate organisations, including the Climate Action Network Australia (CANA) and the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF). Its aim is simple - to show decision makers that more and more people in Australia support more ambitious climate action.
Ros will demonstrate and take you through her method of preparing a textured canvas to be used as a background for your wildlife subject. Then, when the paint is dry, will demonstrate some methods of transferring your subject onto the canvas.
Cost includes a canvas with a coloured under coat and all materials. Bring your own photograph or choose from a selection provided.