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This online dementia art class includes sessions on painting and drawing favourite and memorable objects, flowers and nature. We use photo prompts and share resources for inspiration.


The service users and carers learn to use pencil and watercolour techniques to paint a favourite flower or a bunch of flowers. Learners also work with mixed media, creating collages of memorable and special places and share these on screen.

Nicola Corrigan

Nicola is an artist, who produces original paintings and designs for interiors. Styles range from contemporary and simplistic to more complex artworks. Nicolas portfolio includes artworks along the following themes; Abstracts, Florals, Nautical, Fish, Shells, Seascapes, Boats, Ceramics, Cakes, Cocktails, Valentine, Paisleys, Butterflies, Tattoo art, Harvest, Bunnies and Christmas.

Nicola has over thirty years commercial experience producing work for Illustration, Packaging, Posters, Textiles, Interiors, Fabric, Paper Goods, Tiles and Ceramic Tableware. She produces her own range of printed and sewn textile products and cards.

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Nicola designs and paints mainly from her studio in London. Her teaching practice has included teaching textile design and illustration at art schools and university level. Nicola is a qualified teacher and teaches painting and drawing, arts, crafts, sewing, design, literacy and creative writing to adults and children. Nicola paints in gouache, watercolour and acrylics.

You are invited to join for any or all of the sessions which will be hosted live on Zoom.

To book your place on one or more of the classes please use the links below:





Wednesday 21st February, 11am - 12pm - Take a Line for a Walk:

Create an abstract line drawing by taking a pencil or pen line for a walk. Use colour and pattern to create an abstract design.

Wednesday 28th February, 11am - 12pm - Collage:

Create a collaged picture of your garden, the seaside or a special memorable place. We will look at collages by Picasso. Use magazines, papers, photos, ripped or cut paper, scissors and glue. Pencils and pens if required. 


Wednesday 6th March, 11am - 12pm - Painting And Drawing:

Use pencil and watercolours to paint a favourite flower or a bunch of flowers. You will learn simple watercolour techniques including how to create, shade, blend and build a picture. You will see examples and have a tutorial with group class discussion and feedback.

Wednesday 13th March, 11am - 12pm - Create a Patchwork Collage:

Use scrap papers to create your patchwork patterns. See prompts and ideas.


Wednesday 20th March, 11am - 12pm - Painting in the Style of an Artist:

We will look at the work of other artists including Picasso.

Wednesday 27th March, 11am - 12pm - Draw and Paint a Favourite Object:

This could be a piece of special china including a plate, cup, jug or ornament. Alternatively it could be a textile item or a memorable item. Do a simple pencil drawing and use watercolour to create your painting.

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