Local artist Robin Ross has very kind handed over this fabulous framed print entitled “Book at Beach Time” which he produced at his studio in creative hub, The Old Rock Factory.

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this beautiful piece is either…

  1. Like altblackpool on Facebook.
  2. Follow altblackpool on Twitter and retweet this tweet!

On Facebook and Twitter? If you do both then you’re twice as likely to win!

We spoke to Robin back in August about his background, Sand, Sea & Spray Festival and The Old Rock Factory. As well as producing fantastic artwork, Robin also offers screen printing courses to the public at his studio in The Old Rock Factory in the heart of Blackpool Town Centre. Regardless of knowledge or ability the courses will give understanding and confidence enhancing abilities you probably never knew you had.

The course are available in three formats:

  1. Course 1 – 1 evening a week over a 5 week period delivering a concentrated evening course from 6-9pm each evening.
  2. Course 2 – On Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm both days.
  3. Course 3 – A week day course on demand and in the studio from 10am to 4pm.
Courses are for a maximum of 4 people at a time and cost £65 per person.

Competition winner will be announced on our Facebook and Twitter pages on Tuesday 2nd October 2012. For more information about Robin Ross or his screen printing courses you can visit his website at www.robinrossart.com, email [email protected] or call 07715047777. You can also like The Old Rock Factory on Facebook!

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