CLASSICAL DRAWING 2020Please contact the Tutor below with any questions about this course.
Places are limited to 7 students per class.
21 Blaxland Crescent Griffith ACT 2604
Evan Williams is a largely self–taught artist who began studying classical drawing and painting in Florence in 2012 and since then has returned each northern summer to develop his skills in the traditional studios there. He has taught traditional techniques to Canberra Art Workshop members since 2017.
Painting 1 and Painting 2
Saturday & Sunday 7–8 November 2020.
A materials list will be provided to participants prior to each class
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The remaining classical program will be presented over a single weekend.
Participants will benefit from undertaking all four workshops, but may choose to select fewer. Using the techniques taught in art schools until the early twentieth century, participants will develop sufficient skill in drawing and painting to produce high-quality figurative works in charcoal and oils. Each session will operate in the atelier tradition in which students and tutor work together on the same project with the tutor providing personal assistance and critiques as the class progresses.
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