Life Drawing - Online
6 - 7.30pm
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Dive into the world of life drawing with expert teacher Adele Wagstaff in this online workshop inspired by John Craxton and Jake Grewal.
Open to beginners and the experienced alike, this online workshop will teach you to draw the male figure through a series of short and mid length poses.
Throughout the development of his art, Craxton took inspiration from the art of Ancient Greece. With a nude model, we will explore several classical poses inspired by Ancient Greek sculpture.
Suitable for all levels, this on-screen drawing workshop aims to give you a strong foundation to make well-observed, proportionally accurate drawings.
This workshop will take place on Zoom with the unclothed model guided by Adele remotely. All you will need to take part is good paper and a decent pencil, a zoom account and a tablet or computer to watch on.
Tutor 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.