DRAWING CLASSES

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Figure drawing is one of the finest methods to develop hand-eye coordination and thus the ability to accurately draw what you see. This course focuses on observation, rendering and interpretation, gradually introducing more experimental approaches to drawing according to the pace of each student. For the first term we will be exploring a series of long poses, with a view to developing elaborate drawings or loose paintings over a few consecutive sessions with the model. This is an opportunity to explore the narrative potential of the body and a particular scene. This can be approached in a number of separate works for those working swiftly, or a single one. For those wanting to work in oils please refer to materials list on the Painting classes page.

 

TIMETABLE AND FEES 2019
The class runs from 9 am to 12 noon.  Please note that the terms run for between 9 and 12 weeks depending on the time of the year and the school timetables. Attending class on public holidays is optional but the studio will remain open.

People signing up for more than one class, or paying cash are eligible for a discount.

TERM 1 (12 weeks).

Thursday class: 24 January – 11 April.

R3360

TERM 2 (10 weeks).

Thursday class: 25 April – 27 June.

R2800

BASIC EQUIPMENT LIST FOR DRAWING

Please refer to the technical notes below for a comprehensive list of materials and their various applications, as well as a description of relevant terminology.

Pencils – Willow charcoal – Compressed charcoal – White artists chalk pastel – Kneadable rubber – Plastic rubber – Art knife – Fine sand paper – Sharpener – Fixative – Black fine liner pen – 2 bulldog clips

The studio provides basic drawing papers but you will be encouraged to try out other paper as your confidence grows.

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BANKING DETAILS

Douglas Gimberg
First National Bank
Branch code: 250 655
Cheque account no: 62506818212

 

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