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Hello and a warm welcome to The Edinburgh Drawing School website. 

We are dedicated to providing inspiring and professional, boutique-style drawing and painting classes for all ages and abilities (maximum 7-8 people per class), taught by respected, practising artists, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Autumn Term 2016 commences Monday 19th September

We are now VAT registered, which means we are obliged, by law, to charge VAT on our prices. Please see here for more details and the new price structure. 

Drawing is a fantastic skill, and a good life-drawing class is completely absorbing. Even professional artists challenge themselves afresh each time they start a new figurative drawing; with E.D.S the 'learning' never stops...

"It's all about stimulating the ol' grey matter in new ways...life drawing is better for your brain than Sudoku - each picture is a fresh challenge, working different parts of your brain. Every time you have a blank page you have to solve the problem that is set by the model..."  from the programme 'How to Stay Young' , Episode 2, BBC 1

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 E . D . S .  G A L L E R Y 

We are a Fringe Venue again this year (Venue No. 324) with the return of Liz Watts.
 Following on from her 5-star reviews last year, this year's installation is called 'Beached', 
and once again features Poet-in-Residence Dawn Gorman, Storyteller in Residence, Francis Maxey, 
and Harpist in Residence, Bianca Watts.
Come along and explore the sea's edge through legend, environment and flotsam's intruiges....


PLUS  - We are thrilled to host the inaugrual exhibition for a brand new 
Collective during the Festival.
PrintRoom Dundee are a group of artists, based at the DCA Print Studios, 
who are exhibiting together for the very first time. 
Private View on Saturday 6th August, 12noon - 3pm
Exhibition runs 6th August - 3rd October



 

Please do pop in to visit us and see the drawing studio as well as our beautiful gallery at 13A Great King Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6QW.


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