Families will be able to turn marine sourced litter into art inspired masterpieces this month.
Denbighshire Countryside Services will be holding a free event on August 8, on the seafront, near the Nova, Prestatyn, to encourage artists of all ages to have a go in reusing cleaned and reclaimed items of litter from the marine environment to create artwork.
The session will be led by North Artist Tim Pugh, an environmental artist based in Flintshire who works with a wide range of mixed materials and media to create drawings and temporary installations.
Tim has previously run sessions at Coed Y Morfa, Parc Pendre Prestatyn, and Brickfield Pond, Rhyl. His support has helped with the creation of the Prestatyn/Dyserth Way snake and Brickfield Pond snakes which were created with pebble artwork.
The free Marine Litter Art event will run from 10am until 2.30pm, you can find it at the Prestatyn seafront near Nova Centre, LL19 7EY. There is no need to book.
Contact [email protected] / 07785517398 for more details.