We have developed an affordable range of drawing and painting classes from the life model designed specifically for students. Classes are structured, with technical group demonstrations and emphasis on informal one to one tuition. Students are encouraged to use our technical input to experiment develop their own style and approach.
The classes we teach are good introduction to life drawing and experimental drawing, using a range of different techniques and materials. Drawings produced are good for portfolio building for art foundation courses and a wide range of art and design subjects including computer animation, fine art and fashion.
Our conventional Life Drawing and Painting classes offer clear professional teaching, technical advice and demonstrations. With emphasis on informal one to one tuition. Students are encouraged to use our technical imput to experiment develop their own style and approach. The classes are a good introduction to experimental drawing, using a range of different techniques and materials, exploring 3D form, tone, line, movement, structure, composition, proportion, perspective, colour and are ideal for portfolio building
Our Creative Life Drawing Workshops use the human figure as a starting point through which students can investigate ideas, concepts and materials and aim to radically reinvent the traditional concept of drawing from life. An experimental life drawing session could be worked around Surrealism for example, using the model as a starting point to explore ideas. Using a more theatrical approach with lighting, props, sound and performance, themes such as Futurism, Minimalism and Abstract Expressionism can be explored, none of which need a figurative starting point.
We can provide PGCE trained tutors to arrange classes on site at your school or off site in a fully equipped studio.
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For more information on how we can organise workshops with your students please contact us at London Drawing.