Draw Draw Draw….you can’t have too much of a good thing
Sept 7, 21, Oct 5, 19, and Nov 2, 16, 30, Dec 14
10.00 – 1.00 on a Thursday morning.
£80/4 classes, to be paid at the beginning of each half term or
This is a fun drawing class for all standards.
Each week a different aspect of drawing is examined and tested using different media, and different methods. You will experiment with content, composition, mark making, tone, narrative, repetition, line and anything else I can think of to throw your way.
And there are scones
Drawing is hard, mindful, exciting, rewarding, thought provoking and other things besides. Recording what you see is a human instinct that crosses all barriers.
For more information and to book a place on the course contact Kate Measham
If you have done this course before were there classes you would like to build on?
If you have done drawing classes anywhere else what would you like to see here?
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
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River Test at Mottisfont
18th May, 1st, 15th, 29th June, 13th 27th July, 10th and 24th August
Riverside Yurt Cafe, Bransbury, nr Barton Stacey.
10am – 1.00pm
£20.00/morning. £.145/8 if paid in advance. Coffee and scones included.
For more information contact Kate Measham
Buy a voucher for a Sketch and Scones morning – it makes a wonderful alternative to yet another Easter Egg
Sewing and knitting have ‘stitch and bitch’… this is the drawing version.
Drawing is a skill; it requires practise, guidance and encouragement, adventure and more practise. In this class you will be taught about materials, different techniques, composition and, very importantly, you will learn how to look.
This is a class that is appropriate for all abilities.
You may not have picked up a pencil for a long time, or you might attend a regular, weekly class. The idea of these classes, and others that will follow, is to extend yourself, try something new, revisit something old and to remind yourself that drawing is exciting.