Form and Colour DAYTIME still life class
Form and Colour I
4 week Art Class looking at different media: introduction, information and practice with materials and techniques: relax and enjoy a creative session with like minded people.£120, bring all materials OR purchase full kit for £55
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Form and Colour I – Still Life Drawing and Painting
Tuesday 27th February – Tuesday 19th March 1030-1pm
4 week Art Class looking at different media: introduction, information and practice with materials and techniques: relax and enjoy a creative session with like minded people.
Learn principals and techniques of working with different media to develop confidence in you own creative practice, develop skills and ideas working in a lovely studio space with a qualified and experienced Art teacher / professional Artist. Class notes and extension practice emailed after each session. All materials available to buy (in a tote bag for £55 at first session – or please bring ALL equipment on materials listed each week) Form and Colour 2 will run weekly from early Summer 2024, daytime and evening sessions enabling development of practice, looking at work of various artists and progression of media looking at still life.
First session will focus on FORM – 3D shapes – cuboids, spheres, prism – basics of creating form – learn about the concept of drawing with wire.Materials: pencils, HB, 3B, 6B, or selection of soft graphite drawing pencils, soft eraser, paper – A3 heavy cartridge sheets or sketchbook.
2 PEN AND INK
Rosie trained initially as an Archaeological site and find illustrator, technical drawing – with particular rules of mark making to generate form and surface to depict materials: learn about mark making for form and texture, using ink.
Materials: fine liner – 0.5mm nib or smaller, selection of different nibs, A3 sketchbook heavy cartridge paper/ sheets, washable – non-permanent fibre tip pen .5mm, and soft brush for wash techniques
3 CHARCOAL AND CHALK
Learn about this most ancient of materials, mark making, consider tonal value, form and texture.
Materials: willow charcoal sticks and white chalk (school black board) , soft eraser, paper A3 heavy cartridge sheets or sketchbook. – any coloured / pastel texture paper / sugar paper
What is colour? – colour mixing, colour wheel, complementary colour – begin to explore the use of colour in developing technique with watercolour.
Materials: small set of basic watercolours, 2 yellows, 2 reds, 2 blues, and black as minimum – pans or tubes good) large and small soft wash brushes, heavy cartridge – or selection of watercolour papers,
£120 pp – material pack £55 – max 6 participants
4 weekly 2 and 1/2 hr sessions from
Tues 27th Feb – Tues 19th March 1030-1pm