Still Life - Drawing and Painting 232
An inspiring and informative 2 hour session with an experienced practicing artist.
Includes a demonstration, explanation and practical experiment in the use of a variety of drawing and painting media; pencil, charcoal, ink and watercolour, acrylic.
Understanding composition (the placing of objects on the page), demonstration and explanation followed by practical experimentation.
Tutor will personalise your learning going forward with informal 1to1 chats. How to look!
Interpreting what you see onto paper.
Looking at negative space.
Tricks of the trade.
Lots of practical help from an experienced and practising artist covering many different techniques in drawing and painting to help you describe what you see.
Looking at the history of still life drawing and painting through the ages and approaches of different artists. Tonal drawing, Colour mixing, mixing and matching different media. Personalised learning to suit ever individual.
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3 hours per week over 6 weeks
No formal entry requirements.
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