Designing with water in the garden with Dan Lobb

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About this course

Water is the essence of life. This day will introduce ways of working with water in the garden to utilise its benefits both aesthetically and practically. We will consider water features, rain gardens, Swales and ponds, thinking about the aesthetics and practicalities.


Timetable for one day courses

Students should arrive by 9am for registration.

Classes are from 9.15 - 5pm

Lunch is included.

General Information


Dan Lobb

Dan Lobb studied Fine Art Sculpture at Winchester School of Art and has an MA in garden design and landscape architecture. He has been teaching 3D Art and Design for 20 years, primarily at the Arts University in Bournemouth, is an RHS show garden judge and a member of and adjudicator for, the Society of Garden Designers.
Dan's work bridges art and design, primarily focussed on working with the place/genius loci. Dan was commissioned to create a site-specific interactive sculpture using natural materials ‘Skyfish’ at West Dean Arts And Crafts festival 2019.

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