Life Drawing & Anatomy
with artist and tutor Graham Flack
Tuesdays from 10.00am - 12.30pm
10 Weeks from Tuesday 14th January to Tuesday 17th March
13a Great King Street, EH3 6QW
Graham has had many years’ experience in tutoring life drawing and is a well-known figure in the arts scene in Edinburgh. His own practice is rooted in drawing; both life and portraiture; and he now has collectors for his extraordinary drawings, and paintings, from all over the world.
Working from the nude model is a core activity within art practice and during this course you will be encouraged to develop your understanding of the human form, maintaining throughout a creative and personal approach. You will be working predominantly in charcoal.
This course will enable students to demonstrate that they are able to:
- Work with materials such as charcoal and pencil
- Understand proportion, body mass and structure
- Investigate new ways of looking at and understanding the human figure
- Take a personal and confident approach to drawing
Willow charcoal thin and medium
Putty rubber (Daler-Rowney highly recommend)
Fixative spray (hairspray is a cheap alternative)
Recycled paper/sugar paper A1