Enjoy improving your drawing techniques in this two day course. We will explore a range of drawing materials and techniques using pencil and tone, pen and ink, and pastel & crayon to draw still life objects. Some previous drawing experience is required.
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Course Dates 2018 – 2019
Wednesday & Thursday 10am to 3pm Sheila Broun
These courses take place at Stoke Lodge.
- 2 sessions on 7 and 8 August £64 / £40 A14A
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2019 -20 from Summer 2019
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Tutor – Sheila Broun
Subjects: Drawing Techniques
I have been making art since I was seven – when I made my first sculpture of The Fates.
My father was a Music and Classics teacher, and bedtime stories told from Greek myths had a lifelong influence on my creative work.
Between 1979 and 2000 I worked at Wakefield College, teaching Drawing and Textiles; and Leeds Metropolitan University, writing and delivering contextual studies programmes on Symbolism, Human Perception & Colour, Art & Language, and Nature & Culture.
Since 2001 I have been working for Bristol Adult Learning teaching Textiles, and now, Drawing Techniques. It is a great pleasure to see people gain confidence, develop their drawing skills, and have a laugh.
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