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Artist Edward Wills returns to Tottenham Art Classes with a new Still Life Drawing Course in July.

Even if you’ve never drawn before this one-day course will be an excellent introduction to still life drawing. Suitable for complete beginners and those with some experience, we’ll cover all necessary aspects and guide you step by step and show you how to accomplish better drawings.

drawing by Edward Wills

Course Details

  • Learn how to measure and draw what you see.
  • Learn to simplify complex shapes. Transform 3D to 2D.
  • We will cover composition, perspective, scale, texture, tone, shade, line and approach - all in a straightforward, simple way to help you develop your work and build confidence.
  • We'll start with pencil, charcoal and chalk and build until you are working with coloured pastels - a great medium that allows painterly qualities within a drawing framework - enabling full colour representation in your work and a rich form of expression.
  • In four hours you will get started and guided through a sure-safe method with plenty of demonstrations and one-to-one tuition from a Professional Tutor.
When
Saturday 13th July
12.00pm - 4.30pm
(Breaks included)
Where
The Beehive Pub
Stoneleigh Road
Tottenham
N17 9BQ

Food & drinks can be ordered from the bar

Course Fee £30 (includes all materials)

Book here: www.tottenhamartclasses.co.uk/courses_stilllifedrawing.php

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