Workshop: Life Drawing
Life drawing is a foundation skill in which students gain experience sketching and drawing the human figure from a live model.
Starting with shorter, changing poses for compositional practice, and moving into longer held poses, this 4 hour workshop gives a variety of studio experience in this important skill.
Under the expert tuition of Robyn White students will gain confidence and learn to see the human form like an artist.
This workshop is suitable for both beginners and experienced drawers alike, with personal tuition and guidance for all levels of experience.
The workshop is an excellent option for art students wishing to add life drawing to their art portfolio.
Sunday 8 August, 10.30 am - 2.30 pm
Studio within Commonwealth Growth Centre, MAMA
$80 ($70 Member / Concession)
We use a diverse range of bodies and gender identities for our life drawing course. All clothing is removed by the model for the duration of the session.
The session is fully supervised by an experienced tutor.
Students under the age of 18 will need parental consent to participate.
Meet the Tutor: Robyn White
Robyn White is a passionate visual artist and engaging arts tutor with over 25 years experience. Working across mediums in her own practice, Robyn loves to teach watercolour, drawing, mixed media and pastels.
As a tutor, Robyn is warm and empathetic, having experienced many of the challenges and frustrations that her students faced in the development of her own skills and knowledge. Robyn embraced art 30 years ago, after taking a break from her career in finance to raise her family. Having always had aptitude and appetite for art, Robyn built on her earlier talents for drawing and after 25 plus years, now has her own studio and online fine art supplies business in Wodonga.
Robyn encourages students to build strong technical foundations upon which they can loosen control and let the materials work their magic on the page.