Tuition fees have been kept at last year’s level. All fees clearly show the GST component.
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We will explore materials such as pen and ink, graphite, conte, pastels and more. Our surfaces will include various papers, fabrics, cardboard, wood and canvas. Students will learn techniques such as blending, broken colour, cross hatching, frottage, wash brush, stippling and more. Tools, themes and processes will also be demonstrated and tried. Drawing participants will enhance their understanding and meaning of the term ‘Drawing’ by observing, interpreting, creating and expressing the world through the visual illusions that drawings create.
Drawing for Beginners equipment list 2017
1 x A4 Visual Art Diary
1 x A3 pad of papers (see an art supplier)
Lead pencils grade: HB 2B 4B 6B
Charcoal: willow and/or compressed
Paper towel / old cloth
Drawing board ( MDF 6mm is great and cheap)
EG: 900 x 600 x 6mm MDF from Bunnings is under $7. This can be cut in half.
Any colour pencils, pastels, crayons, inks you already have.
Several thin paint brushes
Spray fixative (optional)
Artline markers: thin line, mid line, thick line: several of each size
Art papers: select a variety from your local art supplier. Expect to use a lot!
Anything else you think may be useful!
Pictures / prints / books of images you are interested in either subject or technique
Note: The A4 and A3 pads need to be cartridge paper
Poor quality paper impacts the drawing quality.
Jackie is an experienced art practitioner and teacher. She was educated in the visual arts at the renowned City Art Institute (formerly School of Arts, Alexander Mackie College), Sydney. Jackie combines her love of art with her love of teaching and believes that everyone has the potential to become an art practitioner. Now Jackie brings her diverse range of artistic skills to Camp Creative. Along with drawing, Jackie is experienced in acrylic painting, printmaking, sculpture, black and white wet photography, and mixed media. Prepare to be inspired by Jackie’s enthusiasm!