Expressive Drawing Weekend workshop at Wellesley School

If you’re after a real treat here’s one! Two days of Expressive drawing, right by the ocean, with lunches provided. When I teach a 2 hours class, we learn and try our exercises, that we then build into a longer drawing. This is a chance to really dive in to an abundance of approaches in Day 1, and then spend Day 2 building them into your own piece. You will have time to figure out what you enjoyed, and receive one on one time to create your own vision and artwork. There will be more space and time than in a 2 hour class, so you will be able to unfold what we learn in a different way. I will support you step, by step, and share how I use these these methods to build up my abstract work.

Here’s some images from classes:

And here’s some of my work:

12 places available, and early bird at $350 for the weekend, all materials included, is before 12th – register in the Google Doc in the info below…

Expressive Drawing Weekend Saturday & Sunday 4 – 5 May, in the Wellesley Art room. The programme is 10am – 4.00 pm each day, with all art materials provided. Lunch and beverages will be provided on both days.

Cost: $400. Early bird special of $350 applies (if paid by 12th April) and as places are strictly limited, please complete the registration form to secure your booking.

As with  the ARTBOURNE exhibition, the net proceeds from this workshop support the Wellesley College Foundation’s Scholarship Fund Promising Futures for Boys.‘  This endowment fund supports boys who would not otherwise be able to experience a Wellesley education because of financial constraint.

For more information about our Artist in Residence programme, and the Weekend Workshop series, please visit ARTBOURNE and please remember to register if you would like to attend the workshop.

Thank you for your support of the arts @ Wellesley

FINAL VISID in JPG with Sian T work 5 Apr 19 - Small size

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