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Have you always wanted to learn how to draw? Do you want to nurture your creativity? If so this drawing course is for you!

From the basics of observational drawing and expressive mark-making, you will learn how to create satisfying drawings in a friendly and supportive environment. In this 6 week course you will be guided through drawing exercises which will build your confidence and help unleash your creative potential.

Using a variety of still life compositions you will explore line, tone, perspective and composition. Expert tuition and guidance will be provided throughout in the form of presentations, demonstrations and supportive feedback. The group size will be small (up to 10 places available) to allow for more individual attention.

Now is the time to give yourself the skills you have always wanted - sign up today!

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What you need

Equipment: You can bring along your own art materials or you can buy our art kit for GBP25 extra. Art kit includes: Artist pencils set of 12, Charcoal, Fine-liner pen, Cartridge paper, Putty & solid erasers, Sharpener, Plastic folder for storage and transport case.

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Did you know?

The earliest known drawings date from 30,000 to 10,000 B.C.. They were found on the walls of caves in France and Spain.

Find your way there

1a Drummond Road, Croydon, UK

The Host

Studio Upstairs is a registered charity, providing artistic resources and support to adults experiencing mental and emotional distress. We have studios in Bristol and North and South London. The South London studio is based in Croydon and has a studio, exhibitions and public running workshops.

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