Two-day workshop at the Sawpit Studio, Heligan. ‘Ding’ lunch available £15 per head per day to be paid in cash on first day – book in advance with Pauline Gwennap direct (email firstname.lastname@example.org any special dietary requirements).
Sarah Gould qualified as a landscape architect in 1979 and later studied Botanical Illustration with Anne-Marie Evans. She works almost exclusively on calfskin vellum and taught at the Chelsea School of Botanical Art in London. She has been awarded two silver-gilt medals by the RHS and has exhibited in USA and at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery at Kew, and has work in permanent collections both here and abroad. Sarah’s work is included in the Highgrove Florilegium and the newly created Transylvanian Florilegium.