Short Courses at Sunningwell School of Art

Monday 3rd, Tuesday 4th December 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

TWO DAY LIFE PAINTING WORKSHOP WITH OILS with SARAH SPACKMAN
This will be a 2-day workshop painting directly from the model. We will be concentrating on proportion, form, tone, colour, space and composition – the main building blocks of a painting.
Some experience of oil painting is preferable but not essential.
Cost: £157.00. Maximum: 10 Students.

 


Tuesday 4th,Wednesday 5th December 10.00 am – 4.00pm

SEASONAL FLOWERS AND PLANTS
WITH A CHRISTMAS STILL LIFE with NEIL DRURY
Enjoy two days of making art around a floral and Christmas Still Life theme.
My aim is to facilitate and guide students towards having a successful and rewarding creative experience – finishing up with an exhibition of our output! All mediums are welcome, oil, pastel, acrylic, watercolour etc, All abilities and levels of experience will be catered for.
Cost: £137.00. Maximum: 10 Students.

 


Wednesday 5th December 10.00 am – 3.00 pm

SELF-PORTRAIT with RON FREEBORN
Due to the success of this course in the summer Ron has decided to make it available once again.
One of the most useful study subjects in the artist genre. Serious observation and construction are essential disciplines together with understanding of colour. Many great artists over the years have practiced self-portraits several times, using this as a means of enhancing their skills.
Cost: £68.00. Maximum: 12 Students.

 


Thursday 6th December 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

DRAMA IN DRAWING with ALLYSON AUSTIN
Getting back to basics – Working in charcoal we will be taking a disciplined approach to constructing a successful composition, fitting it properly onto a piece of paper and developing pictorial space by using tone. We will be working big from an illuminated, dynamic still life, having a fun, messy and productive day …. This course is open to all abilities.
Cost: £68.00. Maximum: 10 Students.

 


Thursday 6th December 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

EXPLORING INK with KATE HAMMERSLEY
Experiment, create and develop a range of ink drawings inspired by nature.
You will be able to make your own marks using found natural objects as drawing tools and experiment with a range of different drawing media from dip pens with metal nibs to bamboo pens and brush. Explore how to use the unpredictable nature of the medium to your advantage using wet on wet, layering, dry brush, line and stipple etc. Suitable for all levels.
Cost: £68.00. Maximum: £10 Students.

 


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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