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This course is suitable for students with or without experience in life drawing, or any drawing at all.
The day will be spent exploring ways to record the form of the human figure using a range of media including charcoal, ink, paint and pencil.
The life model will be positioned in different postures throughout the day, allowing you to capture the subject from many angles and positions.
You will also be given altering time frames in which to complete your drawings, resulting in a dynamic body of work in an array of different styles and media.
£150 - tuition fee
including course materials
Tea, coffee and simple lunch included in your course price. We also offer accommodation & evening meals
This course is aimed at adults, aged 18yrs + and is suitable for beginners to those with some experience
Olivia Jones is an artist and educator from North Wales. She began her career as an art teacher in 2015 and currently teaches in Tarporley, Cheshire. Her teaching has provided her students with the skills to further their studies in fine art, architecture, combined arts, film and animation at university.
Much of her work focuses on drawing and painting across different subjects, exploring a wide range of fine art media, processes and techniques. Olivia’s work is often made to be shared as exemplar pieces to inspire her students based on the themes of projects she is teaching. She also works on personal commissions.
Alongside her high school teaching career, Olivia enjoys working with adults to develop their skills and love for art by delivering classes and workshops in portraiture, life drawing, landscape, architecture and natural forms using a verity of media and materials.
Stories from our students
This is the first time we have run this course so we hope you will create your own stories