Edinburgh Castle Monet Style : Pastels
with artist and tutor Helen Jackson Monday 31st July 10am - 2pm
- 85 British pounds£85
- Great King Street
Join our brilliant tutor Helen Jackson in Princes Street Gardens to draw Edinburgh Castle, Monet style, in the second of these two sessions. Our sessions to draw Edinburgh Castle can be booked individually or as a set of two to afford you the opportunity to draw the same subject but in different styles of Impressionism. Morning Structure: 10am meeting point 10.10 am settle to find a place close to entrance of The Mound 10.20 am start drawing after some instructions from Helen 12.00 - 12.30pm stop for a break of coffee and snacks 12.30- 2pm complete your pastel drawing or make a second Upon signing up to the course reference images will be emailed to you to prepare for the course. Feel free to print them at home and bring them with you should you want to reference while you draw with oil or dry pastel. Materials Small folding seat to sit on Bottle of water Pastels, oil or dry Pastel paper pad Eraser Pencils Ruler A4 sketchbook Image Credits: Image 1: Church at Varengeville, Morning Claude Monet Image 2: The Castle of Dolceacqua, 1884 - Claude Monet Image 3: The Church at Varengeville, Grey Weather by Claude Monet, 1882 Image 4: Houses of Parliament, London, Musée Marmottan Claude Monet, 1905 Image 5: Houses of Parliament, London, 1900–1901 Claude Monet
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