RECORDING TIME is a new workshop where over 2 days you will look at drawing as a means of recording the passage of time and history.
Working with life models and a large scale still life, drawing will be explored in an ever-changing flexible and fluid way, giving you an opportunity to challenge your drawing conventions and methods and also encourage you to embrace change and flexibility. Movement, modification and spatial relationships will be central to the exploration.
This workshop is for artists that wish to broaden their drawing language, explore new methods and challenge themselves to work with an evolving composition.
8th and 9th June
10am – 4pm
Tutor: Erika Gofton
PLACES ARE LIMITED
$400 / $360 concession
– 9 squares of Hot Pressed watercolour paper between 25cm – 40cm square
(Please tear these down to size against a steel ruler rather than cutting with a knife)
– Black and white conte crayons
– Kneadable erasers
– Plastic pencil erasers
– Compressed charcoal
– Drawing tools such as chamois, paper stumps etc.
– Basic drawing materials
– Cartridge paper
AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE
– Watercolour paper $20
If you’re purchasing paper from us you’re welcome to arrive a little early and we’ll help you tear it down to size