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The session is open to all skill levels and an excellent introduction to drawing for beginners or experienced artists alike. We host regular drop in sessions every Wednesday evening at the Slightly Curious Studio and alternate each week between male and Female models. The sessions are untutored but help is on hand if you need any advice. The classes are fun and relaxed, no pressure, just have some fun and learn at the same time. Our sessions begin with short, gestural poses and move up to a longer sustained pose. All basic materials are provided but feel free to bring your own materials! This is ideal for anyone looking to try something new and good place for you to meet and network with fellow creatives!
These sessions are fun, informal, untutored and open to anyone. While there is always at least one tutor present to supervise, the model leads the class through a range of poses; a few 5 minute warm-up poses, then some 10, 20, and then 45 to finish.
These sessions are fun, informal, untutored and open to anyone. While there is always at least one tutor present to supervise, the model will sustain the same pose for the duration of the session. There will be a different model each week.
Working from the marble busts and paintings, you will be learning how to draw a face at the National Portrait Gallery; the perfect location for drawing portraits. Many people struggle with face drawing, so we will show you how to draw a realistic face in no time at all!
Learning to draw the human figure is a brilliant bases for your art practice. Famous artist Nick Malone will guide you thorough the basics of drawing from the figure in his lovely light working studio - a truly creative space in which to realise your artistic potential! The classes are mixed ability and everyone is welcome. Unlike other life drawing classes, our classes are small and friendly with a maximum of ten students, so there is lots of personal attention. If you are a beginner - and lots of our students are - there is a completely non-judgmental atmosphere in which to develop your life drawing skills. There are three parts to our life drawing classes: One: Practical life drawing The most important element is your time at the studio is personal practice. We have a different model to draw in each class with a variety of shorter and longer poses to practice your skills. Two: Instruction in the basic aspects of life drawing There is instruction in one of the issues involved life drawing. These include proportion, perspective, composition, line, gesture, tone, and colour. Three: Slide show or short film on contemporary art There are many different approaches to life drawing, and each lesson we will look at the work of a different artist. This helps you to place yourself within the world of contemporary art and develop your own style of working. Nick is passionate about promoting good art practice, which he sees as a vital part of his role as a professional artist. He established London Art Classes in 2005 and has 15 years of extensive experience in developing creativity in beginners and more experienced artists.
In this beginners class you will learn how to bring up to three of London's famous landmarks to life using pencil and ink, guided by the wonderfully talented Polly Crossman. The class is also BYOB. No experience is required, but an interest in drawing is ideal! Polly will show you how to break down the structure of a building and re-capture it on a beautiful illustrated section of London in your own style. You'll learn some nifty drawing techniques and will leave having created a wonderful map with up to 3 London landmarks for yourself or to give as a gift. You'll also feel the mindfulness effects of being creative - it is amazing!
Join us in East London for an evening of vibrant artistic fun. Come to a life drawing class like no other using neon reactive arts materials to draw inspiringly colourful life models. This class explores creative drawing, moving away from the perfectionist traditional teachings of life drawing. By trying out a number of different image making techniques from continuous line to pointilism the artists are encouraged to think outside the box and create more unusual imagery.
Mandala is a Sanskrit word that means Circle. It symbolises the universe and everything in it! In this Mandala drawing we will teach you all the skills and techniques you need to draw your own beautiful Mandala. Mandalas can be as intricate as you wish and Ubie will demonstrate the techniques you may use to create a beautiful piece of work. This class is suitable for ALL levels of ability, the structure is perfect for complete beginners or for more experienced artists looking to create something more complex. You will be guided to create your own unique Mandala drawn on canvas (25cm x25cm) and will leave the course with your own completed piece of art suitable for display. All materials are provided. And we will give you a lovely guidebook to take away with you and as an aide memoire for your own future creations The class is suitable for Adults or Children 8+ (if accompanied by an adult) You will leave the class relaxed and with a great sense of achievement in creating your own unique, beautiful art !
We will be learning about sociable animals, creatures that prefer the company of their own kind, form social bonds and stick together to raise their young. Very excited to welcome a duo of prairie dogs for the first time, herbivorous rodents that live in giant family groups that are known to kiss and groom others in their clan. We will be meeting members of a meerkat mob, all siblings that take turns to watch for danger. We will be drawing a trio of Degus, small social rodents that need lots of attention and nibble on each other to show affection. And lastly, three rescued sugar gliders, small marsupials that mark each other with saliva to ensure the whole group smells the same.
Join us for a relaxed and enjoyable drawing evening. Build your confidence and skill in drawing the human form from observation. We will discuss the fascination of representing the figure in art and explore why it is still so important today. We will look at the building blocks of drawing, exploring line and tone and mark making.
We deeply believe if you are new to Art you would love to have more insight in what tools you might willing to buy before jumping into a supply shop and wasting a lot of money on equipment you don't need. Location: Unit 1, St Saviours Wharf, 23-25 Mill Street, London, UK