Foundations of Life Drawing 2


Using Colour to Emphasise the Form

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This one-day workshop will complement Foundations of Life Drawing 1, but it is not necessary to have completed the earlier workshop. The emphasis will be on seeing and representing the changes of plane in the human figure, and using colour to emphasise the form. This will be particularly suitable to students who wish to learn how light moves around a form and who wish to use this knowledge, rather than relying on seeing the model and observing where the light falls, to finish drawings.  There will also be ongoing reference to comparative measurement, anatomy, etc.

The day will involve a series of poses in the morning, during which students will get used to the approach. In the afternoon there will be one long pose, allowing time to apply what has been learned and take work to the next stage of refinement.

Date: Saturday  28th  November 2020, 10am – 4pm

Venue: d’AIRY CReATivE, 50 Bentick St, Bathurst

Tutor: Tim Miller

Cost: $150



Tutor: Tim Miller 

Tim’s quiet enthusiasm for drawing is contagious. He is a very experienced artist and art teacher who is generous with his knowledge and very adept at supporting those keen to develop their practice. He has a great knack for understanding where students may be having difficulty in their work and a great repertoire of practical approaches students might wish to consider using. Tim’s work both as a teacher and artist have won him great respect in the national art community. He has been an occasional tutor at art schools and ateliers both in Australia and abroad. He has taught in the higher education sector and offers tuition from his own studio. Tim’s work is represented in many public and private collections including The National Museum of Australia and Parliament House, Canberra.


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