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Sketch it out

 

A SKETCHY APPROACH TO ART

A bad drawing rarely makes a good painting and how many times have you seen a nicely painted work that’s been ruined by the poor quality of the original drawing??? So finally, at the request of many students, watercolour teacher Fiona Pruden has been persuaded to start up a new set of classes for 2006. ‘Sketch it out’ is designed specifically to help artists improve the quality of their drawing and understand better the value of using good sketches in their work.

Working through from the basics of understanding the range of uses of all your drawing materials the course builds-up over the weeks to include working with charcoal, chalk and coloured pencils. Students will be encouraged to start keeping their own sketchbooks and build-up an archive of reference material that they can use as their personal resource in the future. Classes will run every Tuesday afternoon from 12.30pm to 3.00pm at the Willow Watercolours studio in the Danesbury Park area of Welwyn village, at a cost of £12.50 per class.

For more information - including details of the materials needed to join this class and a full copy of the weekly schedule of subjects - please contact Fiona Pruden, 01438 840977 or 07956 537140 or email to fiona.pruden@btopenworld.com.

Fiona is also running two further courses and can be contacted for these as above.

Splashing out
for watercolour improvers

Stretching out
for experienced watercolourists

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Reviewed: May 05, 2009

 
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