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Spring Classes


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April 5th, 19th, May 3rd, 17th, and 31st

Morning, or afternoon session

10.00 – 1.00 or 2.00 – 5.00

£135 for whole term.

This is an ongoing class that anyone can join, no matter how experienced an artist.  You will be looking at many different aspects of drawing from classic drawing exercises to experimental explorations. It is always exciting, and always challenging.

 

Painting, Painting, Painting

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April 12th, 26th and May 10th and 24th

10.00 – 4.00

£220 for whole term

As with Drawing, Drawing Drawing this is an ongoing class that anyone can join, no matter how experienced. You will look at various different aspects of painting, mark making, colour theory etc.  Each week is a new challenge. It does not matter what media you wish to use.

 

 

 

Oil Painting for Beginners – 2018


Starting Out

Saturday Mornings  Oil Painting

6th and 27th January, 10am – 1pm,

at Ramshill, Easton Common Hill, East Winterslow

£90/two sessions, materials included

There is a mystique about painting with oils paints that needs to be shattered.  In these classes you will learn, from scratch, the basic mechanics of painting with oils.

This is perfect for total beginners, people who know about watercolour but not oils, people who haven’t picked up a brush in a while, or those who have been given a lovely set of paints and don’t know what to do next.

….AND PERFECT AS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT

I will teach you the basic skills that you can start to build upon. I provide the materials needed for this early stage. If you wish you can join the follow on class Oil Painting for Beginners, II.

Classes at Rum’s Eg


Still Life Drawing

​Wednesday 20 September
​10.30am – 4.30pm
£45

‘Time and tide wait for no man’…  a look at the passage of time through a still life.

In an age where it is possible to video your cat in real time on the other side of the world, how do you approach the classical discipline of a Still Life? You can take a photo with the click of a button so what more can you bring to the picture? Can you do something  with a drawing that is about the passage of time rather than a snapshot? Maybe add things that are not there, or colours that express your feelings about the objects in a new way.

This is a thoughtful approach to the content of a drawing.

Please bring: A1 sketchbook, charcoal, propelling pencil, drawing pencil, rubber, masking tape.

For more information and to book please go directly to  Rum’s Eg

​Super-sized Autumn Fruits and Leaves

charcoal and mixed media

Sunday, 10th October, 10am – 5pm,

at Lockerley Hall

This is a Fundraiser special for Rum’s Eg.

The day costs £85 and includes refreshments, and a delicious lunch.

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If your  drawings are always  the same size and in the same media it can get a bit boring.
This is a chance for you to expand your horizons and make huge drawings of autumnal vegetation from the Lockerley Estate.
The size of the drawing offers its own problems such as stamina to fill a large area, but this size also lends an importance to the work. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner, or have never drawn larger than A4, before you know it you will be stretching through an aerobic workout, reaching areas of paper you hadn’t contemplated before.
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One Morning, One Pose: Life Drawing

Wednesday 15 November

10.30am – 1pm

£45

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One model holding the same pose for an entire morning giving you the rare chance to really study the body and work on a long drawing. You will look at different elements of drawing including measuring, mark making and tone.

Please bring: A1 sketch book, charcoal, rubber, masking tape.

River Test, Source to Sea, Mottisfont


Friday 4th August

£25/day, (plus entrance fee if you are not already a member of the National Trust) 10.00am to 4.00pm Meet in Mottisfont car park

Join us as we draw and paint the River Test at Mottisfont Abbey

 

The River Test, as it flows through the Mottisfont Estate, has all the characteristics of a well keepered chalk stream, picturesque as is makes its way through water meadows along the Test Valley. Capture the dreamy atmosphere that places you in an England of a century ago.

And they have cream teas and ice cream.

Contact me for more information

Kate Measham

 

River Test at Mottisfont