ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

What's on at Pegasus Art: Information on our art demonstrations, workshops, masterclasses, and regular art classes for adults and children. Welcome to our artistic community, you’ll find here details about our varied art classes and workshops that take place in Studio One, a fully equipped teaching space, from our talented regular Art Tutors and visiting distinguished artists.

All workshop and art class attendees receive 5% off in our lovely shop, next to Studio One. If you are joining us for a workshop, please bring a packed lunch as there is no café at Griffin Mill.

To book a space on a course or workshop, or to find out more information, please contact us.

See our upcoming schedule for:

WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES

Click here to view our Painting & Drawing Workshops PDF leaflet.

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Revealing Rothko Colour Mixing Workshop with Susanna Bailey

SATURDAY 1ST JULY

10am - 4pm

£60 All abilities welcome.

Revealing Rothko - Painting Workshop with Susanna Bailey

This course is not about how to reproduce a painting that looks like a Rothko, it is about identifying the colours and methods that he developed in order to create your own image. If you admire the work of Rothko and are an artist yourself (beginner or more experienced) this is the workshop for you. Start the day with an introduction to the life and work of Mark Rothko, exhibiting at the Abstract Expressionism exhibition at The Royal Academy, until 2nd January. Susie will guide you in placing complimentary colours next to each other, and help you identify the 'colour gem'. You will also look at resonant greys created from the earth palette.

After a quick bite to eat for lunch (don't forget to bring a packed lunch!) you will explore cool and warm colours and learn how to create a range of atmospheric effects. The afternoon will conclude with a constructive review and a plan of action for independent projects. This is a fun, exploratory day in light and spacious Studio One, with access to the treasure trove of art supplies in the shop next door. Susie and all the expert staff at Pegasus are on hand to advise you on the best products and access to the artistic community at Pegasus Art.

"There must be a clear preoccupation with death, tragic art, romantic art. Sensuality. Tension. Irony - the self effacement and examination by which a man for an instant can go on to something else. Wit and play. The ephemeral and chance. Hope - 10% to make the tragic concept more endurable. I measure these ingredients very carefully when I paint a picture." Part of an address given by Rothko at the Pratt Institute in 1958.

We can advise what equipment to bring on booking.

Sketching  Painting in the Garden with Alison Vickery at Museum in the Park

SATURDAY 8TH JULY 10am - 4pm

£75 including a light lunch.

Enjoy a tutor led day painting the beautiful flower borders, orchard and lake in the parkland setting of Museum in the Park. Local artist Alison Vickery will guide you with demonstrations and plenty of help and advice in working with watercolours and crayons. This workshop is suitable for beginners and those with more experience.

The newly refurbished walled garden is designed by local artist Cleo Mussi to include rare and colourful planting, including a small orchard. The glass pavilion will be our base for the day, where we can set up and enjoy a light lunch, providing a short break.

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    Recommended Equipment List
  • Paper – a few sheets of A2 watercolour paper (I use Bockingford 300g cold pressed)
  • Cartridge paper – a few sheets of A2
  • A light weight drawing board
  • Masking tape, clips or rubber bands
  • A couple of pencils – 2B and a rubber
  • A feather or a stick to draw with
  • Watercolour brush – size 10 with a good point
  • Watercolours – pans or tubes. Suggested colours: lemon yellow, cadmium yellow, burnt umber, cadmium red, alizarin crimson, cobalt blue, cerulean blue and a dark blue such as indigo or Prussian
  • White gouache
  • Watersoluble crayons – a tin of 10 or 12
  • Water pot and a bottle
  • Pallet
  • Craft knife
  • Kitchen towel
  • A light weight chair or stool
  • Suitable clothing for the vagaries of the English Summer

Click here to view Art Sparks Summer Holiday Children's Art Club PDF leaflet.

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Art Sparks Summer Holiday Kids Club

11TH & 18TH JULY 10am - 1pm / 14TH, 15TH & 16TH AUGUST 10am - 1pm

Workshops for children aged 6 - 11 years at Pegasus Art, Griffin Mill, Stroud, GL5 2AZ

£25 per morning or 3 mornings for £70 (£10 sibling discount)

Bird By Breezy - Art Spark kids art club

Five fun and engaging arty mornings to keep your children happy in the Summer holidays! Try out all sorts of new materials, collage, paint and sculpture and take a finished piece home every day. Studio One at Pegasus Art is a large and airy space in which to create and have some fun. There will be a mid morning break with juice and snacks.

Tuesday 11th July - Wacky Shoes & Hats!

Make cardboard hats and wacky shoes – mad hats which can be tall, wide or as flouncy as you like and the most daring shoes in fashiondom!

Tuesday 18th July - Crazy Pots Day!

Make pots in all shapes and sizes from ModRoc and paint them in festive colours and patterns. Create something useful….or just something wacky!

Monday 14th August - Summer Meadow in a Box!

Make a cardboard diorama featuring local landmarks and wildlife. Summer’s not over just yet….

Tuesday 15th August - Harbour Scenes

Inspired by the first St. Ives School artist Alfred Wallace, who painted naïve marine paintings on board, we’ll create our own nautical landscapes using collage.

Wednesday 16th August - Flowers & Seeds of the Summer

Inspired by textile artists and printer Angie Lewin, we’ll experiment with rotational collograph prints based on seed pods and plant forms. There will be fresh flowers and a dried seed pod still life to work from in the studio.

There will be more dates for October Half Term coming soon with great themes like, ‘Drawing in the Dark’ and ‘Mexican Masks’!

Liz Lancashire and Tam Inglis are experienced local kids club teachers with an encouraging and creative approach. They have also run workshops at New Brewery Arts in Cirencester and at Prema Arts in Uley. Your children will return home with a finished piece after each workshop. They’ll have great fun, be well looked after, get messy and be creative as young people should be!

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To book these workshops, contact Liz Lancashire on 07407 115 043

'Victorian Museum' 3 Day Masterclass with Paul Fowler

26TH, 27TH & 28TH JULY 10am - 4pm

£135 - 3 Day Masterclass

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Join Paul’s annual three day masterclass with a quirky theme this year, ‘Victorian Museum’.

Inspired by the exhibitions at the V&A and Natural History Museum, Studio One will be transformed into a Victorian Museum - props include taxidermy exotic birds, eggs, bugs, foliage.....come and see for yourself!

As ever, Paul likes to challenge his students, with a strong sense of fun and curiosity. You will learn so much from this three day masterclass and can use any medium you like. Paul will provide large sheets of paper on which you can experiment and explore. Paul is a very experienced and encouraging teacher, running regular Life Drawing and Drawing Skills classes at Pegasus and Prema Arts.

This workshop is open to beginners, more experienced artists and professionals. If you fancy having a go at something a bit different, joining our artistic community here at Pegasus and having some fun – this course is for you!

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You can book direct with Paul on 07910 332245 or email paul.j.fowler@btinternet.com

    Recommended Equipment List
  • Selection of materials
  • Any medium
  • Good quality paper / sketchbooks (Paul will supply large sheets of paper)
  • Good quality brushes and pencils
  • A packed lunch

All attendees receive 5% off in our lovely shop.

'The Magic of Watercolour Painting en plein air' with Richard Callingham

SATURDAY 5TH AUGUST 10am - 4pm

£75 including a light lunch.

All abilities welcome.

Learn how to paint with watercolours en plein air in the newly refurbished walled garden, glass fronted pavilion and parkland at Museum in the Park. Whether you’re a total beginner or more experienced painter, Richard is on hand to offer plenty of tuition and share his tips and tricks for painting in this versatile medium. His teaching philosophy is to keep things simple and build confidence.

There are plenty of subjects to draw upon – vivid flowers and plants, a pretty orchard and architectural details of this 17th century wool merchants Manor house. The garden has been designed with plenty of colour and unusual species in mind, by local artist Cleo Mussi. Beyond the walled garden you will explore the delightful parkland, orangery and lake in the museum grounds.

The glass pavilion will be our base for the day, also used in case of bad weather. Tea and coffee is available throughout the day and a delicious light lunch, providing a short midday break.

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If you’re new to watercolours, Richard can provide you with basic equipment to get you started, but you must bring your own paper. Here is a recommended equipment list for painting en plein air.

    Recommended Equipment List
  • Paper – 4 sheets of cold pressed (NOT) Bockingford 300gm2 or better still 425 gm2 or similar
  • Selection of brushes - sizes 5 - 10
  • A couple of pencils - F ideally
  • India rubber
  • Watercolours – I use a 5” x 3” metal paintbox with twelve colours, but bring what you have
  • 2 mixing trays
  • Water container
  • Kitchen towel
  • A roll of masking tape
  • A lightweight chair or stool
  • Suitable clothing for the vagaries of the English Summer

Richard will provide light weight, foam drawing boards

Richard will supply some test paper

"Watercolours are my passion. No other medium can give such a fresh and spontaneous effect."

'Unravelling the Enigma of Oils' 3 Day Masterclass with Max Hale

22ND, 23RD & 24TH AUGUST 10am - 4pm

£160 - 3 Day Masterclass - All abilities welcome.

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Whether you are a complete beginner or more accomplished artist, this three day Oil Masterclass is aimed at giving you an insight into building and developing a successful painting process resulting in vibrant and painterly pieces. Oil paint is sometimes seen as 'complex' to use and perhaps even daunting. The three-day course will teach foolproof skills and methods in order to dispel the myths and enigma surrounding this 'medium of the Masters'. So if you'd like to learn, re-learn, or re-visit the magic of oil painting this will fulfil that desire.

So from laying down a grounding or under-painting, drawing-out and blocking-in, how putting in 'darks' allows the light to be seen. To which brushes to use to get what result, and making marks for a painterly result. Which colours to use on your palette, how to mix and gain insight and knowledge into using oils in a positive and confident manner - the methodology and the process.

You will have the luxury of three days with Max Hale, award winning artist and very experienced teacher. He will share with you his love for this medium and how to use it without fear. In turn you can quiz him about all the tips and tricks that will turn you into a confident oil painter. Using a selection of different subjects drawn from photographs and still life and learn how to make your paintings vibrant and expressive.

In all of Max’s courses his main objective is to build confidence and bring your artistic aspirations in line with your newly found know-how.

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day. Please bring a packed lunch as there is no cafe in Griffin Mill Trading Estate.

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    Recommended Equipment List
  • At least two canvas or canvas boards typically 30 x 40cm
  • Traditional or water-mixable oil paints
  • Suggested minimum 8 colours – Titanium white, cadmium yellow medium or light, cadmium red, sap green, yellow ochre, cobalt blue, ultramarine, raw umber
  • Flat palette of your choice
  • Rag for wiping out
  • Diluents if traditional oil (thinner such as white spirit or 'Zest it')
  • Water pot if using water-mixable oils
  • A selection of photographs – they can include any subject matter you like!

Canvas Making Workshop with Chris Bingle - Professional Artist

SATURDAY 16th SEPTEMBER 10am - 1pm

£40 includes use of equipment, stretcher bars & canvas - take your canvas home!

"Learn to stretch canvas the professional way"

Five people maximum on this workshop, so we advice booking in advance.

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'Get a Grip: Colour Mixing With Acrylics' With Alexandra Darbyshire

SATURDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER 10am - 3pm

£50 - All abilities welcome.

Have you found yourself frustrated or dis-empowered with the colours you’re struggling to paint with and want some light shed on the basics of colour mixing? Then this intensive one-day workshop can help you gain more knowledge and confidence to choose and combine colours with better results. Participants will learn the difference between organic/modern and inorganic/classical pigments, and how to achieve luminous transparent effects vs. vibrant opaque effects. Alexandra will also show ways of making browns and other earthy colours from primary paints.

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You can book direct with Alexandra by emailing alexandradarbyshire@gmail.com

What to bring - please contact us for advice

'Landscapes in Ink & Charcoal for Scaredy Cats' with Kerry Phippen

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SATURDAY 7th OCTOBER 10am - 3pm

£50 Studio One, Pegasus Art, Stroud, GL5 2AZ

An introduction to using ink and charcoal using landscapes as inspiration.

During this workshop we will be aiming to capture images of landscapes, trees, mountains and lakes. Working from photographs, we will learn to use inks and charcoal to evoke a sense of place.

We will be using beautiful inks and a variety of paper surfaces. There will be demonstrations and guidance throughout the day.

Kerry Phippen, MA and RWA & NOAC Major Drawing Prize Winner, is a practising artist, also working at Pegasus Art Shop. For more information, go to her website: www.kerryphippenart.com

Ink and charcoal landscape by Kerry Phippen
    Recommended Equipment List
  • Two or three photographs or photocopies of landscapes you love
  • Black Indian Ink
  • Watercolour brush Round – Size 8 – 10
  • Watercolour paper 300gsm NOT
  • Plastic eraser
  • (Charcoal is provided)
  • Small sketchbook
  • Pencil 4B
  • Please bring a packed lunch as there is no café in Griffin Mill

Tea & Coffee is provided throughout the day.

All participants receive an extra 5% off in our extensive fine art materials shop.

Please book direct with Kerry by clicking the button below.

'Paint a Winter Mountain Landscape' with David Johnson

SATURDAY 14th OCTOBER 10am - 4pm

£50 All welcome - beginners to more experienced.

Paint winter mountain landscape with David Johnson

Join visiting artist and tutor, DJ, to paint a Winter Mountain Landscape in a day! DJ is a talented artist (shortlisted for Artist & Illustrator Artist of the Year 2016) and climber, and has a fascination for the mountains. This workshop will be taught through a series of demonstrations and one to one tuition, showing you a variety of techniques and methods for applying paint, including alternatives to brushes. We will study and play with colour, light and textures, allowing for individual creative expression.

DJ has developed his style through many years working in professional fine art studios – designing and producing artwork for commercial spaces, public areas and private estates around the world. He works as a freelance artist and also enjoys teaching classes and mural painting workshops in UK and Europe. We are delighted that he will be tutoring at Pegasus.

DJ will use Michael Harding and Winsor & Newton artist oils, but you can bring your own oil paints or acrylics. A recommended equipment list will be supplied upon booking.

For more information about DJ: www.artbydj.co.uk

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    Recommended Equipment List
  • Canvas or something similar to paint on
  • Range of paints (Oil or Acrylic). Useful but not essential colours are - Titanium white, Yellow ochre, Burnt Sienna, Alizarin Crimson, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Prussian Blue, Dioxazine Purple and Raw Umber
  • A range of brushes and Palette knives

DJ will supply photographs of the mountain landscape and will also bring along some original paintings and limited edition prints for sale.

Art Sparks Spooky Half Term Kids Workshop

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MONDAY 23rd OCTOBER - 11.00am - 4.00pm

£40 with a £5 sibling discount

Mexican Day of the Dead & Drawing in the Dark!

Enjoy a Halloween inspired workshop with experienced local kids club leaders Liz Lancashire and Tam Inglis. Spend the morning creating your very own bejewelled Mexican Day of the Dead mask with a short break for lunch.

(Please bring your own packed lunch). After lunch we’ll play with shadows and torchlight and practice some drawing in the dark!

Fantastic themes which enable your children be creative and use their imagination.

Your children can return home and proudly present their creations!

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Book direct wtih Liz on 07407 115 043

'An Introduction to Oil Painting using Michael Harding Oil Paints' With Vicki Norman

Vicki Norman Oil Painting workshop

SATURDAY 4th NOVEMBER - 10.00am - 3.00pm

£50

Join Vicki as she takes a relaxed, methodical approach to this versatile, traditional painting medium. There are many ways to use oil paint and we will learn how to apply, control and enjoy all of its capabilities. We will look at how to get started, what paints and equipment needed, and which colours to use.

Vicki Norman is an experienced and fully qualified tutor and an ambassador for Michael Harding Paints. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to experiment and learn about these spectacular, hand-made oil colours throughout the day.

Aimed at dispelling the many myths and misconceptions about using oils, this workshop is ideal for anyone who has always wanted to try oil painting but never knew where to begin.

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Vicki will provide small samples of Michael Harding Oil Paints and there will be oil paper to purchase from Pegasus at the workshop.

    Recommended Equipment List
  • Oil paper (2/3 sheets) or purchase some at the workshop
  • A selection of brushes
  • Cloth for cleaning brushes / rags or kitchen roll
  • Jam jar with lid
  • Zest it / odourless turps
  • Small palette knife

'Portraits From Life' Oil Painting Workshop With Max Hale

Max Hale with an Oil Painting

SATURDAY 11th NOVEMBER - 10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

Working from a live sitter, Max Hale will teach you how to paint a portrait from scratch. Whether you are a beginner, or more experienced artist, this workshop is ideal for those wanting to develop their technique, learn new skills and focus on painting.

There will be plenty of one to one tuition and you’ll benefit from a brief, introductory demonstration.

Max prefers to work in water based Cobra oil paints, but you are welcome to bring your own traditional oils and solvent. There are plenty of brands to choose from in our extensive art shop and we can offer you an additional 5% discount.

Tea and coffee will be provided throughout the day, but please bring your own packed lunch.

Please get in touch if you have any questions before the day. See below – we can provide prepared canvases, but they must be ordered in advance.

Max Hale running oil painting class with live model Max Hale's portrait of a lady called Eveneing Light
    Recommended Equipment List
  • Two canvases or canvas boards per day or alternatively oil paper at least 30 x 40 cm. Pegasus will have some primed and prepared 16” x 12” canvases and boards ready for this course – please order yours upon booking for a cost of £2.50.
  • Oil paint selection – here is a suggested basic palette: Titanium white, alizarin crimson or a madder lake, ultramarine, lemon yellow, raw umber. Also desirable and useful: cerulean, cobalt blue (hue), cadmium orange, cadmium yellow, cadmium red, sap green and yellow ochre. Your choice to add ivory black and zinc white.
  • Selection of brushes, both synthetic and hog. Each make different marks therefore it is good practice to have some of each. Flats in size 4, Synthetic in size 7, Filbert size 5 and Hog in size 10. NB: it is very important to use decent quality brushes.
  • A rag for wiping brushes, not tissue paper or kitchen roll
  • Water pot if using water-mixables or dilutants for traditional
  • Tear off palette, wooden or plastic flat to lay out and mix paint.

'Double Life Drawing Day Workshop' with Paul Fowler

THURSDAY 14TH DECEMBER 9.30am – 4.30pm

All abilities welcome.

paul fowler drawing workshop

Join experienced tutor, Paul Fowler, for his Double Life Drawing day workshop. He runs a regular art class called ‘Extreme Poses’ during term times which features one model perched upon ropes and ribbons in our large, light filled studio. This is a rare chance to draw two models in unusual poses.

Life Drawing is one of the most challenging of all drawing disciplines, and two models will extend your skills one step further. Paul is a very experienced tutor and will guide you step by step to produce a really interesting piece of work. Places are filled fast, so please book ahead for this workshop.

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You can book direct on 07910 332245 / paul.j.fowler@btinternet.com

REGULAR ART CLASSES

All students who regularly attend a course will receive a 5% discount on purchases from Pegasus Art Shop.

Click here to view our Regular Art Classes PDF leaflet.

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MONDAY

Watercolour Painting with Richard Callingham

Richard Callingham watercolour workshop

Learn how to paint with watercolours: simple techniques to gain confidence, colour mixing & palette, all about papers - inspiration and fun.

Richard Callingham is an experienced watercolourist, having taught at home and abroad for the past twenty years. "Watercolours are my passion. No other medium can give such a fresh and spontaneous effect."

The classes are designed to appeal to the beginner and uses a very simplified approach. More experienced watercolourists may also benefit from picking up a few tips! For your first lesson Richard will supply all the necessary equipment - he can advise you on what to purchase for future practice, and it needn't be expensive!

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Monday ongoing 10am - 12:15pm.

6 week course cost £96.

New term starts 9th January 2017 but you can join in anytime if there's space

Acrylic Painting Techniques with Alexandra Darbyshire

Alexandra Darbyshire Painting Class

This is a great eight week course for people with beginner to intermediate experience who want to learn about the wide spectrum of techniques possible with this versatile medium. Alexandra will give in-depth demonstrations, showing how to add acrylic “mediums” into paint colour mixtures to achieve desired effects, including luminous glazing, wet-in-wet blending, impasto (thick texture), and staining. Participants will begin the course working from a basic still life and eventually move on to their own source material and experiment with self-led projects if desired.Colour mixing and composition tips will also be covered during the six weeks.

Since 2001, Alexandra has been teaching acrylic painting to people with beginner, intermediate and advanced skills.

For more information and/or to sign up, contact: alexandradarbyshire@gmail.com or phone 07772 706 285

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Monday 1pm - 4pm.

Monday 18th September until Monday 13th November (except Monday 23rd October which is half term school holidays)

Cost £120 (does not include artist supplies).

TUESDAY

Painting, Drawing, & Mixed Media with Sue Rae

Develop your skills & explore individual ways of working. Projects set each week using variety of materials and subject matter. Sue's course is designed for students who already have some experience but wish to develop skills and explore individual ways of working. There is an emphasis on drawing during the first few weeks, followed by an exploration of materials. Projects are set each week but students can also initiate their own project and choice of materials - with the guidance of Sue. You will be encouraged to keep sketchbooks.

Sue is an experienced artist who paints, used mixed media and draws regularly. She has exhibited in London and the South West of England in solo and group shows. Her paintings are about a sense of place. She used a variety of medium to explore subtlety and contrast of mark, translucency and density of colour.  Sue has taught for many years at Stroud College of Art as well as private classes, groups and 1:1 tutorials. Her ethos is to guide and encourage students to find their individual style and potential.

Tuesday 9:30am - 12:30pm.

6 weeks cost £85. 12 weeks cost £165.

New term starts 10th January 2017

Acrylic Painting for Beginners and Intermediates with Alexandra Darbyshire

Alexandra Darbyshire acrylic painting class - 3 paintings lemon, landscape and still life vase

This six week course is suited to individuals who have never painted before before, or have some experience, and are ready to expand their skills and confidence with acrylics. The versatility of acrylics allows participants to create fast drying artworks with water based paint, making it an ideal practise for adapting in a limited workspace of one’s own at home (such as a kitchen), with simple cleanup and no paint thinners or fumes.

Alexandra will introduce the painterly “wet-in-wet” technique commonly found in acrylic and oil painting, which involves spreading wet paint colours together on the canvas to create new colours together instead of pre-mixing every colour on a palette beforehand. Colour mixing, paint handling, helpful tips, and composition are covered, as well as advice on the various paint brands to choose from. Weekly exercises consist of simplified subject matter, so that students don’t get overwhelmed with too many elements.

Participants will be allowed to bring their own self-led projects and source material for the latter half of this course if desired. There will be a break on Tuesday October 24th for the school fall term break.

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Tuesday afternoons 2pm - 4pm.

6 week course / cost £90.

Sept 19th - Oct 31st

To sign up or for more information, contact: alexandradarbyshire@gmail.com M: 07772706285

WEDNESDAY

Drawing Skills with Paul Fowler

Designed for anyone wishing to develop their drawing skills and suitable for all abilities, Paul uses a format to encourage and challenge. Each 6 week course has a set theme and uses a series of objects and references to inspire and surprise. One drawing is developed over the six sessions on a large sheet of paper. Each week drawings morph and develop as the new objects arrive giving students the freedom to incorporate imagination and experiment with a variety of drawing techniques.

Wednesday 9:15am - 12:15pm.

6 weeks cost £95.

New term starts 4th January 2017 but if space join in anytime

Drawing and Painting with Alison Vickery

Suitable for all levels of experience. Be inspired in this enjoyable, relaxed class to try different materials, media and techniques. Alison demonstrates techniques and creates a wonderful warm atmosphere in her classes.

Wednesday ongoing 1pm - 3:30pm.

6 weeks cost £90.

New term starts  January 2017 but if space join in anytime

After School Class - Drawing Skills for 8 - 12 year olds with Alison Vickery

Have fun and develop skills of observation, interpretation- let the imagination flow!

Wednesday ongoing 3:50pm - 4:50pm.

6 weeks cost £60.

New term starts January 2017 but if space join in anytime

THURSDAY

'Extreme Poses' – Life Drawing with Paul Fowler

Continuation of this original format tutored by experienced artist and tutor Paul Fowler. With the use of climbing ropes the life model is posed off the ground creating interesting and challenging drawing opportunities. Suitable for the less experienced right through to professional artists. The afternoon session is long poses.

Choice of 3 Thursday groups:

9:30am - 12:30pm 6 weeks cost £130

1:30pm - 4:30pm 6 weeks cost £130

7pm - 9pm 6 weeks cost £90

Starts 5th January

FRIDAY

'Developing Skills And Creativity In Painting' with Rob Collins MA RCA

With Rob’s encouragement and skill, find ways of painting that suit you individually in any medium. Rob has designed this course to appeal to anyone wishing to develop their painting skills whether your are a complete beginner or someone with experience working in isolation who needs guidance and motivation. As a serious professional artist and experienced tutor Rob is perfectly placed to encourage his students. He will set up a still life each week but expects many students to work from their own source material or on self motivated projects.

Friday 9am - 12pm - 7 weeks cost £1.

Friday 1pm - 4pm - 7 weeks cost £112.

New terms starts 6th January 2017. Join in anytime if there is space.