Expressive Life Drawing classes

29 May 2019 to 3 Jul 2019
6-8pm for 6 sessions 29th May to 3rd July
Learn to draw, or hone your skills with new, surprising and fun exercises. We generate a wide variety of marks and approaches to drawing, diving in and covering our pages with new experiments.
Event type: 
Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
$275.00
Venue: 
Vincent's Art Workshop, Wellington
Address: 
148 Willis St, Te Aro, Wellington
Region: 
Wellington

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Learn to draw, or hone your skills with new, surprising and fun
exercises. We generate a wide variety of marks and approaches to
drawing, diving in and covering our pages with new experiments and
trials. We bring these techniques to the body, drawing a model, and also
working with more abstract approaches. You will produce vibrant and
exciting drawings, and lots of them!

We cover: gesture drawing, extended gesture, composition, selection of work, reflection on our processes, and much more!

“your classes are utterly different to anything from books and
more traditional classes.  You give students the permission we need to
make a total mess of something and still feel OK about that.  Your
leadership is outstanding and I was really glad to have the classes work
like a unified team rather than a bunch of individual students.”
Workshop participant

6 weeks running 6 – 8pm weekly at Vincent’s Art Workshop, Willis St

– $275.00 materials and model fees included

Class hold 16 people with easels for all, wonderful models, and as always, expressive, exciting exercises.

29th May, 5th June, 10th June, 19th June, 26th June, 3rd July

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This class is suitable for all levels of drawing experience.

Sian Torrington has been drawing for well over a decade, and is
currently interested in the place where abstraction and figurative
drawing meets, to represent the embodied, living subject. She has taught
at COCA for the last seven years, exhibited nationally and
internationally, and works from a studio in Wellington.

Written by

Sian Torrington

3 May 2019

Siân Torrington makes art, poetry and performance. Her work investigates the creative process itself, using building as a metaphor for creating personal structures of meaning.