The next non-tutored life drawing session at the d’AIRY CReATiVE will be held on Saturday 6th July, 2-5:30 pm. If you are keen to come along please email Margaret to confirm your interest, email@example.com , or call 0408161759. All welcome.
Please note: This month we will ask our model to wear clothes while sitting. It is warm up in the studio, but not warm enough to keep our model comfortable without them.
COURSE STRUCTURE Week 1: Drawing for Still Life painting Weeks 2-3: Still Life Painting Using water-based oil and/or watercolours and will cover: painting method colour mixing hue, value and chromao colour systems seeing colour and light Week 4: Drawing for Life Painting Week 5-8: Painting the Human FormWill cover: composition colour of the lighto colour and form.
This suggested list of colours or a selection of your own choice in either student or professional quality
Lamp black and Titanium white.
Cadmium yellow pale
Cadmium red deep
Or a selection of your own choice
You will also need:
Brushes: long bristled flats or you may prefer to use rounds, filberts etc..
Canvas: a piece of primed canvas which can be cut or a selection of panels such as 9 x 5, 10 x 8 etc
Rags: for cleaning brushes etc..
Easel (Tim can supply but bring your own if possible)
Willow charcoal (thin)
Hat. Tim has drawing boards to loan.
IF YOU ARE USING PASTELS:
You may already have a range of pastels, in which case you can ignore this list.
The following list gives you a range of colours from which any colour can be mixed. But a widerrange of tints, tones and shades would be more convenient (The code numbers refer to the Talens Rembrandt brand, but you may prefer to choose from a different brand.) PIGMENTSAND PALETTES HAVE SIMILAR IN SCHMINKE AND ART SPECTRUM
Lemon yellow 205.5
Deep yellow 202.5
Permanent red deep 71.5
Permanent rose 397.5
Ultramarine blue 506.5
Pthalo blue 570.5
A selection of your own choice, eg Canson pastel papers, cartridge paper.
Th Atelier d’AIRY CReATivE is expecting to offer a broad range of classes and workshops in summer/autum. To see details or to make a booking open the Classes Event Places tab at the top of the page.
Life Drawing classes with Tim Miller
Our Term 1 weekly Focus on Drawing Classes will commence on Tuesday 19 February and Saturday 23 February and run for 8 weeks. The tuition cost for the 8 x three hour weekly class is $400.
The weekly Tuesday morning class will run from 9:30-12:30 each Tuesday commencing on Tuesday 19 February
The weekly Saturday morning class will run from 10:00am-1:00pm each Saturday, commence on Saturday 23 October.
Life Drawing monthly Life Drawing studio
If your want to practice your life drawing with others, come along to our monthly Life Drawing studio afternoon. Three hour non-tutored sessions are scheduled for the first Saturday of the month 2-5:30pm as long as we have enough people keen to join us. Cost $30/session. So either book on-line prior to the workshop or email us at dairycreative.com.au to confirm you are coming along.
The Portait Workshop with Sally Ryan for the 29 September – 1 October is fully booked. If you would like to be put on the waiting list for this workshop, or added to our contact list to hear about future workshops, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
At the end of September, the Atelier will be joined by Sally Ryan from Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney for a 3 day intensive portraiture workshop. This will be a great opportunity for our local artists and also for people to come and experience Bathurst.
Australia’s Oldest Inland Settlement has always attracted the attention of great artists because of our stunning light, crisp air, wonderful scenery and marvellous texture. We are planning for our weekend intensives to continue a tradition of artists travelling to our region for inspiration and the shear enjoyment of our culture. We are partnering with local winemakers and foodies to create opportunities to discover the richness of the place we love and live in.
Places are limited so it’s worth booking soon so you don’t miss Sally’s experienced tuition at this event and so we can plan a full range of experience tailored just for you!
The first terms of the Atelier have proven successful with a good band of artists enjoying each other’s company, great tuition, skilful models, and an inspiring space. We’ve even kept warm through our first Bathurst winter as the insulation of the old cool rooms has kept a steady temperature.
So now we are looking to expand our offerings to different media, additional tutors and new friends to join our artistic journey. We want to know what kinds of classes, format and tuition you are interested in, so check out Mixed Media Saturday morning and let us know on the contact form what you would like from us next.