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From Life: Online Life Drawing Workshop


[ Online Workshop )

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Unlock your artistic potential from home with expert tutor, Adele Wagstaff.

Learn how to capture the human form in an online life drawing workshop inspired by our From Life: Drawing the Figure print room exhibition. Artist and teacher, Adele Wagstaff, will guide you through the the techniques you need to know step-by-step while studying with a nude model and show you how to accurately draw the human body.

Suitable for all skill levels, this immersive on-screen workshop on Zoom provides the perfect opportunity to develop a strong foundation in creating well-observed, proportionally accurate drawings. All you need is good paper, a decent pencil, a Zoom account, and a tablet or computer to watch and participate.

Don’t miss out on this fun artistic experience from the comfort of your own home.


Book your spot

Tickets cost £15 giving you access to the live workshop and a link to a recording of the workshop, if you would like to watch it back or are unable to attend the live session.

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Artist bio - Adele Wagstaff

Adele Wagstaff trained at Newcastle University and the Slade School of Fine Art where she focused on working from the nude in sustained poses. Her practice continues to explore the human figure, anatomy and portraiture through drawing and painting.

She has been shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and the BP Portrait Award, and her work has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, Royal West of England Academy, Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the Canadian Portrait Academy.

Adele teaches drawing courses at the Art Academy London, West Dean College and the Royal Academy of Arts, and has written two books: Still Life Painting in Oils, 2012, and Painting the Nude, 2015, both published by the Crowood Press.