Art and Craft Courses

From August 2022

We will be opening our Art Room. a lovely creative space to use informally or in which to enjoy an art class in Print, Glass or Indian Miniature Painting.

Glass Classes

Glass classes can be arranged for anyone staying at Moor and Sea (subject to availability) please contact us for details and to book.

Taught by Bridget who is an artist and designer working in glass, print and oils.

Enjoy a morning or afternoon creating a piece of fused glass that you can take home with you.

Prices depend on numbers and size of pieces made.

From jewellery and  coasters through to larger art pieces and fun pieces like beetles and birds.

I can tailor the class to whatever you fancy doing.

Please contact Bridget for details and to book


Indian Miniature Painting


We will be running residential courses in Indian Miniature taught by Samantha Buckley.


Samantha is a specialist painter of Indian miniature art. She loves to
paint animals, flowers and most recently portraits.
Her work is created using the traditional techniques of Indian painting. Samantha also works
as a designer, being commissioned to create beautiful designs for ceramics, fabric, glassware,
and stationary.
Her knowledge of Indian art has lead to Samantha passing on her knowledge through her teaching.




The first is  a three day course  14th  until the 16th of October 2022. 



Using Indian Miniature Painting.

Course Fees      £220 per person 



£120 single bedroom in shared 3 bedroom lodge

£150 double bedroom in shared 3 bedroom lodge

£225 for whole single lodge


This 3 day intensive workshop based in the idyllic location of Exmoor, five minutes drive from the sea Lynmouth, will introduce students to the beautiful technique of Indian miniature painting.


Taking inspiration from the surrounding landscape and the Mughal art of capturing nature, in particular birds, students will have the opportunity to create their own unique painting.

Using traditional materials students will recreate their very own bird painting.


The first step will be paper preparation, staining and burnishing.

Next is an introduction to pigments, how to prepare the Indian palette and paint with them , using the traditional technique of 

colour flooding.

The final stage will be to create the fine detail, an integral part

of this style. For this, students will use the technique known as Prataj, or invisible shading, with the unique squirrel brush found only in India.


During the 3 days there will also be an opportunity to explore the surrounding area for inspiration.