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Life Drawing Workshop

Newport, VIC

Subject: Drawing

A fun and challenging full day workshop aimed at all levels from complete beginners through to the more experienced. The primary focus will be on developing good observational drawing practice. By exploring the fundamental elements of drawing, students will learn to interpret and represent what they observe in front of them, and to build confidence in their ability. This drawing workshop is intended to challenge a student’s understanding and interpretation of what they see and how they represent that.

Using the human figure in both short and long poses, students will explore three-dimensional...

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A fun and challenging full day workshop aimed at all levels from complete beginners through to the more experienced. The primary focus will be on developing good observational drawing practice. By exploring the fundamental elements of drawing, students will learn to interpret and represent what they observe in front of them, and to build confidence in their ability. This drawing workshop is intended to challenge a student’s understanding and interpretation of what they see and how they represent that.

Using the human figure in both short and long poses, students will explore three-dimensional form and space, shape, proportion, and relationships. Students will work with a series of interesting spatial contexts and learn to be critical and solve drawing problems as they occur.

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When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class.

Ages

17 year olds or older

Where

1 Market St
Newport, VIC 3015

Type

  • Class / Group Sessions

Price: $225.00

 

Offers discounts or promotional pricing!

Notes:

$195 early bird 10% discount if enrolling with a friend


The teachers

Erika Gofton is a Melbourne based artist, working predominately with drawing and painting. Working with the human figure...

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Erika Gofton is a Melbourne based artist, working predominately with drawing and painting. Working with the human figure she explores notions of fragility, balance and tension and aims to create works that encourage the viewer to breathe in the stillness. Erika grew up in Hobart and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and Diploma of Education (secondary) from the University of Tasmania. She has exhibited in numerous group shows and had solo exhibitions at Smyrnios Gallery, Dickerson Gallery, Frances Keevil, Schubert Contemporary and The Substation: Centre for Art and Culture. She has been a finalist in the EMSLA, Sunshine Coast Art Prize, Mosman Art Prize, R & M McGivern Prize, Redland Westpac Art Prize, City of Albany Art Prize, and 6 times selected in the Williamstown Contemporary Art Prize. Erika is represented by Dickerson Gallery in Sydney and Anthea Polson in Queensland.

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