New intakes into the Tuesday morning and Wednesday evening Life Drawing Classes with Master Tutor Tim Miller.
Tuesday class , 9:15-12:15 to commence on Tuesday 31 July.
Wednesday class , 06:00-9:00pm is ongoing. There will be a new intake into this class commencing on Wednesday 11 July.
The classes will be ongoing and you can join at any time. Attendees can either pay in four week blocks ($200 for four classes), or take out a monthly subscription ($180) for a cheaper weekly rate and to help us plan ahead.
Places are limited, reserve your easel by booking online. For more information please go to https://dairycreative.com.au/
Atelier dAIRY CReATivE first drawing class underway today!
The space illuminated from the skylights above and through Tim Miller’s long earned experience; the nervous enthusiasm as people gathered and met for the first time and at the beginning of their journey together over the coming weeks; the room filled with artefacts and opportunity…
Tim led the first eager students into the fundamentals of drawing… for some, the first time they had appreciated where to begin, for others, a timely reminder and perhaps clearer expression. Tim showed his capacity to distill so many years of his own artistic experience and theory into simple principles that can be understood and applied from the beginning and right through an art journey.
Some time on your own to think, to contemplate, to rediscover perspective…
Understanding anatomy and beginning with structure.
It’s an old building… but its got good bones!
Follow Atelier d’AIRY CReATivE and Tim Miller if you want to put some flesh on the bones of an artistic career!
The next class begins Wednesday night at 6pm, when a new group of budding artists start the journey.
the first atelier life drawing class commences Tuesday morning at 9:15.
Wednesday evening class is just 1 extra sleep away…
Book here now
Image by linelight.com.au
Classes are starting to fill as the network chatter grows around the commencement of Bathurst’s newest art venture – Atelier dAIRY CReATivE.
Life Drawing classes commence on Tuesday 1st May at 9:15 and on Wednesday 2nd May at 6pm. The 3 hour classes will explore fundamentals of drawing, the foundations of all artistic pursuit.
Under the direction of Master Tutor, Tim Miller, participants will have the opportunity of drawing from the model in the sky lit spaces at the top of the recently renovated historic building on the corner of Bentinck and Princes St, Bathurst. The Atelier mode of tuition allows students of all levels of experience and capacity to share together as they express and grow at an individual rate and under the personal attention of the tutor.
Class sizes are limited to maximise the benefit to each student and ensure a great ‘feel’ amongst the community of artists. Book your easel soon!
Artists and aspiring artists are gathering in Bathurst at the Atelier dAIRY CReATivE preparing for the first formal tutorial studio session on Tuesday 1st May. Tim Miller, the Master Artist at the core of the Atelier is enthusiastic about sharing his many years of experience in Life Drawing from the model as he begins a 10 week cycle introducing the fundamentals of drawing.
The recently refurbished cool rooms on the corner of Bentinck and Princes Streets make an inspiring space in which to learn a new hobby or hone a long standing skill. The clerestory lighting reflects the top-lit studios of Europe from which so many of the masterpieces emerged and in which so many of the masters trained. Bathurst has long been a destination and locale that has inspired the creativity and lighted the insight of Australia’s renowned artists – the new Atelier continues this tradition for the next generations, bringing masters and beginners together in a space that will ignite a new enthusiasm for the arts.
Places are limited for the first 2 Studios that will run on Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Reserve your easel by booking online, now.
Why not subscribe for access to the Atelier for a whole year and receive discounts to Studio sessions and support the initiative to continue Bathurst’s artistic heritage.