BH ART Life Drawing and Portraiture
Life Drawing has long been considered the best way to learn to draw and can be an enjoyable and therapeutic experience for anyone regardless of experience.
Trish is skilled at teaching the subject to people from absolute beginners to students on BA/masters courses and professional artists, bringing the extra insight of her time spent learning with and teaching life drawing to animators.
Whilst the whole subject of drawing is taken seriously, tutored sessions are lively and engaging, introducing a variety of techniques and ideas which are delivered with humour. Individuality and independence are encouraged, and activities are adjusted to the ability of the artist, whether beginner or experienced.
The intention is to provide the type of sessions we would like to attend – with the flexibility of pay-as-you-go, a variety of venues and models and varied activities. Do look at the comments on the website from people who have attended sessions!
The aim is not so much to get a finished drawing as to explore different techniques, increase confidence, encourage personal style. Newcomers are surprised how fast they progress. Some more experienced artists may opt to work untutored some or all of the time (do say if you prefer this) but most enjoy joining in. There are warm ups followed by a range of activities both traditional and new to inspire, and a longer pose where one to one help is available.
Most venues have a café or some way of making drinks during the break.
There is a regular newsletter with dates and a weekly text for those who find it helpful (you can request this via the contact page on the website).
All Day Life Drawing Workshops 2019:
10-4 at Parkstone Baptist Church, £40 including £10 deposit. Pre-book only. Guidance available if required. See website for further information.
2019 Workshop dates:
September 7 (tbc)
November 2 (tbc)
Contact Trish Jubb on 0775 400 5873 or firstname.lastname@example.org