A collection of objects, selected according to an arbitrary rule and displayed according to your own interest, form a surprising narrative. I have a lot of jugs. I collect them from junk
If you make a copy of an object, or have two, three or twenty eight objects their significance begins to change. Individuality is lost in the crowd. Or, the ordinary starts to take on a meaning. The sameness makes the objects a singular mass, yet slight differences within the individuals in the mass are accentuated.
Images of faces are everywhere. Whether they are shared selfies or fashion stills, photos for biographies or visions of beef cattle in a county show faces are associated with characters andchartacteristics .
This exercise is a playful introduction to photo montage.
Some people in this group will have completed the Beginners Drawing into Oil Painting Course. Others will be joining without having done it. It doesn’t matter so long as you have done a bit of painting with oils this could be the class for you.
In this class you will think about your body as you draw a line. Yoga helps to put you in touch with how your entire body ‘feels’ – do the muscles contract here? where is my balance focused? am I tense, or relaxed? From this you will be doing various drawing exercises. The results are exciting and open a new language of marks and expression.
Expressive Drawing Mornings with Kate Measham Thursday, 26th March Thursday, 2nd April Thursday, 21st May Thursday, 11th June 10.00am – 1.00pm £40/person/class suitable for all There are so many ways to approach