Clients of BHT’s Heritage Project have been visiting Brighton and Hove’s iconic landmarks this Summer as part of a six-week heritage drawing group.
The group of clients from First Base have not only been trying their hand at sketching the city’s unique architecture, but they have also been learning about the rich heritage of Brighton and Hove’s historical attractions. The group has already visited the Victoria Fountain in Old Steine Gardens, which was inaugurated in 1846 in celebration of Queen Victoria’s twenty-seventh birthday, and Brighton Dome, which was initially built as Royal Stables and later converted into a concert hall.
Over the next four weeks the drawing group will take in Brunswick Square, the Peace Statue, Brighton Pier, the Royal Pavilion, the West Pier and the Bandstand.
Clients have enjoyed seeing the city from a different perspective:
It’s been nice to take some time out and just do something a little different.
Sketching is very relaxing and makes the stress levels go down.