Studying the Human Form is fundamental practice for all students of Art at any stage of development. This ten week course will provide the opportunity for observational study, providing guidance on human proportions, measuring and tonal depth.
Enrolments are now open for this popular class at Penarth Pier Pavilion. During the ten week course we will cover techniques that will provide greater understanding of perspective, tonal recession, colour mixing and brush handling, whilst studying the work of professional Artists and producing your own folio of work. Bookings are made at the Pavilion…
Portraiture class @The National Museum of Wales, starts Friday 9th September, 10.00-12.30.
Watercolour and pencil study of sheep, inspired by nineteenth century French Art in The National Museum of Wales.
Portrait drawing @The National Museum, inspired by Frederick Sandys. Class:Friday 10.00-12.30.
Inspired by the draughtsmanship of Burne Jones, my Portrait class @ The National Museum of Wales, were tackling a fore-shortened, twisted angle adding powerful drama to this drawing.
We regularly hold drawing and sketching classes on and around Penarth pier. The Penarth Pavilion building is such a fantastic location to teach art. The pier and building having now been restored and make for an inspiring location. Penarth pier is surrounded by the ever-changing sea and people who walk by. If you would like to come…