Life Drawing Class – Proportions

Life Drawing is so good for the brain – working out the left-right hemisphere connections and activating new neural pathways. It has been proven by the Mayo Clinic to be one of the best ways to maintain cognitive health as we age.

A foundational session of tips and techniques for those who are at beginner and intermediate skill levels.

In this session I will share skills and tips to handle proportions so that you can find your way without losing yourself in a left-brain right-brain stand off. Proportions can be quite a challenge, but once you crack the code, they become easier to master.
The session will be fun and rewarding.

This is the second in the series, but you can join at any stage and pick up skills at any point.

 

Date and time

Saturday 22 June, 1pm-4pm

The session runs for three hours. It starts 1pm with a group tutorial and demonstrations, and continues with two hours of life drawing, including individual support.  Please aim to be there on time so that you get the most out of the session.

Investment

$40 When you register, I’ll provide payment details Please check the payment and cancellation policy

The Venue

Bunya House Arana Hills.When you complete the registration form below, I’ll send you the address and a map and respond to any questions you may have.

What to bring

Easels and drawing boards are provided. I shall provide some materials for this session – a couple of sheets of A2 paper and willow charcoal for some experiments. Apart from that, please bring your own paper and drawing materials. If you prefer to get paper on the day, I offer A2 sized cartridge paper at cost – 30cents/sheet. Here’s a suggested list of drawing materials (but don’t feel you have to rush out and buy a lot of materials…we’ll work with what you have).

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