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Narooma Studios hosts Hebel workshop

Ten budding and enthusiastic sculptors enjoyed a Hebel workshop last weekend in the grounds of Narooma School of Arts’ Studios with well-known south coast artist and sculptor Nicki Hall.

“It was pretty hectic and lots of fun,” Nicki Hall said. “Most were beginners with a couple building on previous experience. Everyone had a great time and produced some amazing work, all so different.

“I had a great weekend; I love working outdoors and being so involved.”

Organisers were delighted with the response and feedback from participants all of whom thoroughly enjoyed the weekend.

Nicki will run another Hebel workshop at the School of Arts’ Studios in 2020.

For details of future workshops, check the webpage naroomaartscentre.com.au/school-of-arts-studios/ or email studios@naroomaschoolofarts.com.au.


Last weekend’s Hebel workshop in the grounds of Narooma School of Arts’ Studios was hectic and lots of fun.


Participants at last weekend’s Hebel workshop at Narooma School of Arts’ Studios Carol Barkley and Ingeborg Baker show the results of their creative endeavours.


Anne Durnan and Ingeborg Baker get a few pointers from Nicki Hall at last weekend’s Hebel workshop at Narooma School of Arts’ Studios


Nicki Hall shows Noi Snith some techniques to shape her lotus flower sculpture at last weekend’s Hebel workshop at Narooma School of Arts’ Studios.


Nicki Hall watches while Joan George explains what sculpture she is creating at last weekend’s Hebel workshop at Narooma School of Arts’ Studios.



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