Life drawing regular Friday classes, Summer term 2018

15 Jun 2018 to 24 Aug 2018
Mall Galleries
The sessions this term will be taught by Mick Kirkbride NEAC. All levels of ability are welcome, with some basic materials provided. Poses vary from short to more sustained, with an emphasis on exploring the broad language of drawing through a flexible approach, and varied methodology.
photo of a sketchbook and paintbruses

'Watercolour Painting in St James's Park' 1-day workshop with Ruth Stage

19 Jun 2018
Mall Galleries
Ruth Stage will lead a day’s watercolour painting focusing on the plants and foliage in the Park. Pattern, rhythm, light and colour will be under investigation
photograph of a still life workshop

'Exploring Colour through Still Life '1-day workshop with Alex Fowler

20 Jun 2018
Mall Galleries
Alex Fowler will set up an array of still life objects looking at colour relationships as equivalents to what we see. You will be taught how to adjust colour relationships until they sing, one against another and all in the service of the whole.
photo of St James's park

'Pastel ink and watercolour in St James's Park' 1-day workshop with Jason Bowyer

21 Jun 2018
Jason Bowyer will lead this workshop which will encourage you to explore wet and dry media together. The park offers a myriad of pictorial possibilities, and Jason's robust approach and wealth of teaching experience will excite your thinking, and develop your visual language
photograph of a workshop

'Exploring Drawing Concepts in Landscape' 1-day workshop with Neil Pittaway

22 Jun 2018
Mall Galleries
Neil Pittaway will lead this workshop in which you will be shown how to interpret landscape subjects working directly from exhibits in the NEAC exhibition and with provided source material in the Learning Centre. You will develop a range of techniques and methods to improve your drawing outcomes.
photo of a life drawing class

Life drawing regular Friday classes, Autumn term 2018

14 Sep 2018 to 7 Dec 2018
Mall Galleries
All sessions are taught by New English members. All levels of ability are welcome, with some basic materials provided. Poses vary from short to more sustained, with an emphasis on exploring the broad language of drawing through a flexible approach, and varied methodology.

Two scholarships are awarded each year to emerging artists with the most promising portfolios.

We offer a thorough & sound approach to drawing in its many forms, with small classes to ensure a personal & individual tutor/student relationship