This weekend is the Last Chance to Paint takeover of the Eden Project! It all starts on Friday 4th October at 4 pm to 6 pm with a private viewing of John Dyer’s latest paintings from his expeditions to the Amazon and Borneo rainforests and you are all invited to come! Book your FREE tickets now to attend the afternoon/evening event and take the opportunity to meet artist John Dyer, view the rainforest, have a glass of wine and view the spectacular new works of art. All of the paintings can also be viewed and purchased on The John Dyer Gallery now.
Many of John Dyer’s new art posters that he created using the amazing art app Procreate on iPad will also be on display decorating our huge Last Chance to Paint art studio which has a view into the rainforest biome! We are inviting you all to bring your families on Saturday the 5th and Sunday the 6th October to create some amazing Amazon rainforest or Borneo based art alongside artists John Dyer and Joanne Short for our WorldGallery Normal entrance prices do apply for the Saturday and Sunday.
John Dyer was interviewed last night on BBC TV about the project and will also be live on BBC Radio Cornwall at 16.10 today (3rd October 2019) if you want to find out more about the plans for the weekend and the Last Chance to Paint Project.
We think we have around 18,000 children engaged in Last Chance to Paint now but are eagerly awaiting to see the artwork. Please make sure to send that into us before November 22nd if you can as then your children will be eligible to potentially be awarded one of our Zazzle Awards! Following our projects is a great way to engage your children in the environment and some of the issues and challenges we face, but when they do their own piece of art based on this the magic really happens and they connect.