Work from life models and learn a variety of techniques and styles used to draw the human form.
Learn fundamental drawing skills, including line, shape, tone, proportion and perspective, whilst developing an individual style. This course is suitable for both beginners and experienced drawers alike, with personal tuition and guidance for all levels of experience. Self-expression will be encouraged in response to the beauty and challenge of depicting the human form.
Please note that this course uses nude life models. Students under eighteen require parental consent.Enrol
Full days. Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Suitable for ages 13+ (Please note that this course uses nude life models - Students under eighteen require parental consent)
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A range of materials and techniques will be explored throughout the week. Open to all levels of experience.
For both beginners and experienced drawers.
Please note that this course uses nude life models. Students under eighteen require parental consent.
Please bring the following on your first day of class:
- A2 (minimum) Support Board
- A2 (minimum size) cartridge drawing pad
- Bulldog clips
- Willow charcoal
- 4B Graphite pencil
- Any media or materials that you already have & would like to bring
- All other optional materials will be discussed on the first day of the course
Your class has an extra cost of $100 – this cost includes:
- Model fees for 5 days
Please bring this payment on your first day of class.
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Adrienne has an Advanced Diploma in Fine Art and Diplomas in Visual Art and Furniture Design.
She has been a practising artist for thirty-five years, exhibiting in Sydney and locally. Adrienne has won several art prizes throughout her career. She is an experienced teacher in general drawing and life drawing. Her teaching focuses on drawing fundamentals and expression.
Adrienne is a founding member and a curator of The Art Space, Urunga.