Drawing I (beginners and rusty): landscapes, still life or portraiture
Wednesday mornings, 0945-1200, starting 15th January for 10 weeks
PLEASE NOTE: there will be no class on 19/02 due to half-term
Our drawing and painting courses are something a bit different to the usual offering for beginners/intermediates: bespoke classes, tailored as far as possible to the participants interests and abilities, in small groups of 6 people, with a holistic approach led by our Director & Lead Tutor, professional fine artist Daisy Rogers.
Prior to the start of the course, we will gauge individual skill level, expectations and personal ambitions for the course, for example, what kind of art do you personally envisage producing? How do you like to learn? What is your previous experience and what artists do you like?
Drawing I blends drawing skills tailored to your level as a beginner/rusty painter and speed of learning, art history tailored to your personal interests, providing inspiration and relevant technique discussions, incorporating colour mixing and theory, brush techniques and mediums, application of paint and studio versus en plein air.
At WHSoA, we truly believe that anyone can draw, and all art is valid. There is no right or wrong way to produce art, only enjoyment to be found in the process and an improved sense of well-being. Come along and improve your skills in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.