Art for Teens - Drawing Fundamentals

When: Mondays, 24 April - 26 June, 5.00pm - 7.00pm

Where: Studio within Commonwealth Growth Centre, MAMA.

Price: $170, $60 materials package (optional)

Want to extend upon drawing skills you've been developing at school or at home? Develop your love of art whilst studying in a beautiful gallery environment. Encourage your creativity and expand your skill set so you can transfer images in your mind onto paper.

Join artist Robyn White for this relaxed, beginner drawing class and learn the fundamental techniques of drawing. Once the fundamentals are mastered, Robyn believes anyone can learn to draw competently. Learn to see like an artist and find lines, edges, spaces, tones and colours using graphite, charcoal, ink and pastel.

Every drawing class will have students of different skill levels and experience. Robyn will meet students at their individual skill levels and help them grow from where they are.

Materials Package

Bring your own drawing materials or purchase a MAMA Materials Package tailored for this course. Materials packages will be available for purchase online or over the counter at ShopMAMA until Monday 10 April.

MAMA Materials Package Includes:

  • Fabriano hard back artist visual diary
  • Set of artist quality graphite pencils in tin (water-soluble)
  • Quality 2 hole sharpener with catcher
  • Quality kneadable eraser
  • Cost: $60

Maximum 10 participants. If this class time is booked out, please contact us and we will put your name on a waiting list for another session.

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Meet Robyn White

Robyn White is a well-known local Visual Artist and experienced tutor who specialises in Watercolour, Drawing and Pastel with over 20 years experience.

She has exhibited and sold many of her works, both nationally and internationally.

Whilst having shown a great interest and talent in drawing and art from around 11, Robyn was encouraged to pursue a career in the financial sector. She travelled extensively overseas for almost 10 years in the finance sector, however, her creative urges were never sated. It was only after the birth of her first child, some 23 years ago, that she knew she had to return to her art.

Robyn is predominately self-taught, although she has some great mentors along the way. She draws and paints because it is a huge part of who she is, perhaps because of that, she is a very instinctive and intuitive artist. Her humour and approachability, her enthusiasm for her art and her generous sharing of her extensive knowledge make her a popular and sought after tutor.

Robyn's studio "324 The Studio" is located at 324 Beechworth Road, Wodonga.