Online Workshop | Life Drawing
[ Online Workshop )
Learn the key foundations and skills of life drawing.
This workshop will provide you with an ideal introduction to life drawing. Suitable for all levels, we will begin with the key principles of observation, giving you a strong foundation to make well-observed, proportionally accurate drawings. Then, following on-screen drawing demonstrations and explorative practice exercises, you will have the chance to draw from an unclothed model posing live via Zoom.
All you need to take part is good paper and decent pencil, a Zoom account and a tablet or computer to watch on.
About Jake Spicer
Jake currently divides his time between home in North Wales and a studio in Brighton, where he runs a small drawing school called Draw, who run drawing courses and affordable drop-in life drawing sessions, accessible to everybody; he is also a co-director of ‘The Drawing Circus’, who run themed drawing events in unusual locations.
Alongside teaching, Jake writes books about drawing, including his recently published, Figure Drawing; a monthly article for Artist & Illustrators magazine and he lectures on the applications of drawing as a tool for communication, artmaking and as a vehicle for social good. He is also undertaking a long term study into the fundamental processes of drawing.
Jake works regularly with West Dean College, Draw, The Drawing Circus, Cass Art, Derwent Pencils and The Camden Arts Centre.
In the past he has worked with The National Portrait Gallery, Daily Life Ltd, ITV, BBC, Brighton University, The Big Draw, Art Macabre, BHCC, The Old Market Theatre, The Sallis Benney Theatre, The Entente, Creative Futures, The Pantry Project, Brighton & Hove Museums and RAM.