Fundamentals Kate Scott. A 10-week course starting 19 October 2021.
A progressive art skill development with one-on-one mentoring.
Term 3: 19 October to 16 November 2021
Tutor: Kate Scott
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FEE for CAW MEMBERS: $276.00
FEE for NON-MEMBERS: $345.00
Maximum 12 students per class
This course takes place in a learning and teaching environment where care and respect for others is in operation. You may choose to participate in one or more terms. Each term will build upon the knowledge and skills encountered in previous terms.
The course focuses on learning about and exploring the basic media, methods and techniques of drawing and painting. We’ll explore a range of ideas, concepts, themes and the language of art such as using colour in painting, how to draw portraits, composition in landscape painting. While developing knowledge, skills and confidence in your art abilities you will gain many hours of enjoyment.
Following introductory discussions of art concepts with visual examples from art history and other sources, exercises will be demonstrated, explained and taught. These include learning to see through the observation of simple objects, learning to interpret images from the outside world as well as creating new images from the inner world of the imagination.
Beginner to Intermediate.
The range of art materials is huge and can be either cheap or expensive.
Start by purchasing only your basic needs, or, one or two of each item. Later, build upon your supplies. Locally, shop around for prices – Eckersley’s Art & Craft, online suppliers, Riot Art, Officeworks, Spotlight, news agencies, $2 shops … Join the mailing list of an online art store to be aware of deals and cheaper prices.
PAPERS / SUPPORTS
Art is vast. Learn to see. There is no right answer. Keep an open mind. Find your own voice. Draw or paint every day – practise, practise. Look at lots of art – read and look at art books, visit exhibitions, search the internet, follow articles written by art historians/journalists in newspapers and magazines, attend lectures and courses, start a discussion group … Enjoy! You will find your art practice enriches your life.