Autumn term 2018
I’m available to run classes and in the New Year (2019) will be teaching for Gloucestershire County Council running Adult Education classes. I’m booked to do s0me U3A groups sessions too. Please come back soon to find out about dates – am busy planning the winter programme.
Here are a few words from feedback I received from participants – thank you for coming!
When I moved to the Forest of Dean in 2006 I went to life drawing classes for a while. Sadly, the tutor moved away, and since then I’ve not done any, either as a tutor or an attender. For many years I taught adult education in Yate, near Bristol – drawing, painting and light-touch print-making. I also taught at FE and life drawing at the lovely Prema Art Centre.
Each course I run will vary, some people prefer to bring their own materials, others, to try new things, so opt to put into a kitty to pay for shared stock, without buying something they may never use again.
I recently discovered that there’s a Jackson’s Shop in Gloucester! Definitely worth a trip – I thought they were London based, so it is fantastic to find them here on my doorstep. You can order online too, but going to browse is, for me, like being a kid in a sweetshop. They also have information about courses on their website, so I shall be posting mine up when they are confirmed.
I’m now running observational drawing classes in Newnham in clusters of 6 weeks. If you are interested, get in touch, the next series begins on Momday 19th Feb.
I’m also offering half-day sessions for U3A groups. I trecently ran a getting-to-know-charcoal session with the Shirenewton U3A Group. If you live in the Chepstow area do join them, a friendly group and a wonderful space to work in, with lots of light.
Here are some images of and by the class members, it was very well recieved.
I love drawing, as it’s a very good place to start! (sung to the tune of doe a deer). I confess I really want to run ‘looking classes’ because that’s what it is about, but I doubt anyone would come. Or would you?
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