WEDNESDAY: 29th January, 2020
DRAWING & PAINTING THE HUMAN FORM 2020
This untutored group focuses on both the nude and clothed human form, giving the opportunity to work with any range of drawing or painting media (including oils) on figurative and occasional portrait studies. Male and female models are used within a flexible but structured program, including a range of ‘warm up’ and short to long poses – in some sessions a pose could last three hours.
The group is suitable for artists wishing to enhance their understanding of the human form and to experiment or develop drawing techniques. Previous knowledge of painting and drawing is necessary for participants. The group operates over the year in line with the school term.
VENUE: Kiama Scout Hall, Kiama Harbour, Blowhole Point, Kiama
TIME: Wednesdays 1:30 – 4:30pm (in line with the school terms)
CONTACT: Tony Hull Tel: 4263 9953 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
COST: Approx., $120 to $160 per term (dependent on group numbers)
“Drawing and Painting the Human Form” group is currently looking for male and female life models for
both nude and clothed ‘portrait’ modelling. Models can be of any age from 18 and over.
Previous experience is not necessary.
The group is held on Wednesdays from 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Payment to models is $115 per three-hour session
For further details please contact: Tony Hull on 4263 9953 or email email@example.com
DRAWING and PAINTING the HUMAN FORM REVIEW OF MEMBERS’WORKS: Lynne Mullane
The 2019 ‘Drawing and Painting the Human Form’ group had a very successful end of year review of members’ works.
There was an improvement across the group with a range of works presented from quick sketches to more resolved paintins and drawings in a variety of media.
Coordinator, Tony Hull, weas very pleased with the group’s progress.
WEDNESDAY 5th FEBRUARY: ONE DAY WORKSHOP with PETER WALE
A very happy new year to you all. I hope you navigated your way through the terrible bush fires safely.
For our first term of classes for 2020, I am pleased to be able to offer you a one-day workshop entitled “Introduction to Coloured Pencils” and a term of 4 x one-day classes called “Drawing and Painting from Nature”.
Flyers describing these events are included in this newsletter and I hope they will appeal to a number of KAS members.
The one-day coloured pencil workshop scheduled for 5th February is a highly informative and practical day, when attendees will experience different ways of using both regular and watercolour pencils to achieve lovely results. A great opportunity to get out those coloured pencils you may, or may not have used for some time and to get to appreciate their value as an increasingly popular and highly credible medium. Indeed, the overall winner of the KAS annual exhibition in 2019, the exquisite painting of a beautifully carved saddle, was rendered in coloured pencils!