Drawing is a motor skill, like learning to drive a car or swim; anyone can learn how to draw at any age. The secret is learning to see the world differently. This course will explore a variety of approaches to drawing including blind, partial peek, basic shape, negative space, measurement and tonal drawing techniques.
You will work from a number of different subject matter, including the face, the body, still life and landscape, using a broad range of drawing materials.
Arrival Day - this is the first date listed above
Courses start early evening. Residential students to arrive from 4pm, non-residential students to arrive by 6.45pm.
6.45pm: Welcome, followed by dinner (included).
8 - 9pm: First teaching session, attendance is essential.
Classes 9.15 - 5pm, lunch is included.
From 6.30pm: Dinner (included for residential students).
Evening working - students may have access to workshops until 9pm, but only with their tutor's permission and provided any health and safety guidelines are observed.
Classes 9.15am - 3pm, lunch is included.
Residential students are to vacate their rooms by 10am please.
(This timetable is for courses of more than one day in length. The tutor may make slight variations)
- On this course, the College will supply most of the materials, including: a plastic eraser, thick willow charcoal, compressed charcoal stick 3B, pencil 2B, craft knife and A2 cartridge paper.
- An easel, board and portable seat are also provided.
What students need to bring
Available to buy
- Available from shop:
- A good selection of art materials including coloured paper, sketchbooks, charcoak, charcoal, pencils, pastel pencils, craft knives, pencil sharpeners, erasers and coloured papers.
Pleaser wear appropriate clothing/aprons for the workshop or studio, this includes stout covered footwear i.e. no open-toes or sandals.