Date(s) - 30/11/2019
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Join us for a brand new architectural sketching workshop with artist, archaeology and mud larking expert, architect– the brilliant Ed Bucknall.
Ed is a professional architect- and an explorer of London. He sketches all over the capitol, exploring the interiors and exteriors of our complex and fascinating city. He is also an expert in mud larking- scouring the banks for the Thames for hidden treasures. Ed is a fount of knowledge with regard to drawing the city and its history – so prepare for a fascinating afternoon of creativity and exploration!
This session will see us going out on drawing safari around the iconic architecture of the South Bank Centre. With fabulous 1950’s and 60’s interiors and wonderful interior vistas and views of the Thames- this is a brilliant space to explore architecture in your drawing!
The session will include short demonstrations and information on architectural drawing and point perspective, with short out door (weather permitting) and indoor drawing sessions. We will be working in pencil and pen and ink with lots of tips and ideas from Ed about working out and about in a sketchbook.
30 November 2019
£40 All materials included
Suitable for beginners- all levels welcome
South Bank Centre