There are numerous definitions of drawing, some more helpful than others. Drawing offers a space to think and explore ideas. It can be 2D or 3D. It can be the creation of an individual, or a collaboration. It can be in colour. It can be a line, a word, a smudge. It can be technical and expressive. It can be ‘how to…’ or ‘why’, just for the hell of it, or as an end in itself.
We have art classes that start at different dates throughout the Autumn Term. Some are in the Studio at Bransbury, and some are on-line.
We have courses to teach you how to manage various different materials and methods – these are aimed at beginners, rusty returners and those of you who feel you need a reminder.
This Autumn we have a choice of three outstanding online art courses available. These will be delivered by ZOOM, with a WhatsApp group for each course. There will be a
with Morag Donnelly The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper W.B. Yeats Tutor, Morag Donnelly 1st/2nd November 10.00am – 4pm £190/course Model
with Alex Fowler This series of four classes will look at works by some of the Old Masters. There is no better way to improve your painting than by copying