Workshops and courses

I've carried out workshops delivering to a diverse range of needs and ages, from Primary school children, to Dementia patients, and advanced glass students. These have been held within my own workshop, schools, hospital wards, outpatients and play areas, one on one with chemo and dialysis patients, and in community groups with mental health issues.

Most photos can't be published on the website but do contact me for more details at natasharampley@hotmail.com

Willow weaving workshop
Willow weaving workshop

Workshop in a school teaching children to make woven baskets and painted papier mache hot air balloons which were hung across the waiting areas of Gloucester Royal Hospital.

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Hot air balloons made in school workshops_edited
Hot air balloons made in school workshops_edited
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School mosaic workshop
School mosaic workshop

Each panel was joined together to make a massive mosaic for the class

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One panel of 6 mosaic works for orthopaedics
One panel of 6 mosaic works for orthopaedics
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Octopus sculpture for A&E
Octopus sculpture for A&E

One of several sculptures made in school workshops out of plaster casting plaster and bandages, for the Children's waiting area of Gloucester Royal Hospital

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Children's waiting area A&E
Children's waiting area A&E

Some of the sea creature sculptures in situ, Gloucester Royal Hospital.

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Dementia unit mosaic
Dementia unit mosaic

This sensory mosaic was created in collaboration with dementia patients following workshops on the wards in Weston Super Mare Hospital.

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Seascape mosaic detail
Seascape mosaic detail

I used wood, fused glass, pebbles, stones and different textured tiles to make a sensory mosaic based on patients memories of Weston Supermare. This had to be made on a curved board for an internal curved wall in the new unit.

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Skeleton Mosaic for a plaster room
Skeleton Mosaic for a plaster room

This was made with children over several workshops to put into the plastercast treatment area of the Royal Hospital. No one could have more broken bones than this character!

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