The ONLINE classes take place over Zoom, with recordings available for up to 14 days afterwards. For details of live workshops, subscribe to the mailing list.
About 75 minutes.
Anything you can make a mark with: markers, pencils, ballpoint pens, crayons, pastels, charcoal, etc
Anything you can make a mark on: printer paper, a sketch book, cardboard, envelopes, artist’s paper etc
An internet connection, a device, and a Zoom account. These classes are 70% about learning the art of looking, and therefore best done on a larger screen like a computer or iPad, rather than a phone.
Lecture-based classes start with a slide show of examples from art history and visual culture that illustrate that week's focus. Then we do some exercises together to loosen up and explore ideas and techniques. We close with some show and tell, and finally, I leave you with a suggestion of a drawing exercise to work on in your own time.
Practice-based classes are spent exploring a specific aspect of drawing practice through various exercises.
Yes! Both the online and live workshops are suitable for all levels, whether you haven’t drawn since school, or are a practicing artist. These classes are focused on encouraging you to see drawing as an exploratory process and practice. They are beneficial to established artists, for both reigniting curiosity in their own practice and revisiting foundations; and they are beneficial to beginners looking for a structured space in which to explore drawing. Although skill level is irrelevant, a sense of play is an advantage.
These classes are for you if you would like to invest in a beneficial practice that can reduce tension, increase focus, improve your visual skills and act as a creative outlet.
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“I have really enjoyed your classes. I think you are wonderfully erudite and witty and I love the lecture bits and the exercises. They really helped me get through this hideous year!” Bridget
“Your class has been a positive force in my life. I look at my surroundings and friends with a new delight and wonder.” Ann