Celebrate all things red and juicy by joining artist Charlotte Thodey for a tomato-inspired half-day art class in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney during the Tomato Festival.
As unconventional as she is popular, Thodey’s wildly-wonderful style of vegetable art has graced exhibitions from New Zealand to France. Her fun and fast-paced three-hour art class focusing on the juicy tomato is a must-do element in your Tomato Festival plans. You’ll walk away with your own masterpiece and a new appreciation for the niche but charming world of vegetable art.
Two three hour sessions available, either from 9am - 12pm or 1pm - 4pm. Fan of Charlotte Thodey? Book both sessions for more time to create your masterpiece under her tuition.
About the tutor: Charlotte Thodey
Charlotte Thodey is renowned for her bold renderings of fruit and vegetables which she loves to recreate using shadow and light, with blemishes and lusciousness intact. Her sumptuous artworks demonstrate the freedom enjoyed by the still life artist.
Charlotte has exhibited her work for over 25 years, has produced a number of posters for the Botanic Gardens and Historic Houses Trust as well as devising and illustrating books. She regularly teaches classes at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney and exhibits her work throughout Australia and France.