CASUAL LIFE DRAWING is on this Saturday! Easels are almost booked out so please reserve your place HERE.
*NEW* Casual Open Studio sessions!
Introducing our new Open Studio sessions where you can use The Art Room as your studio as you need if you can’t attend the full term. Places are limited so please contact us to confirm availability before booking. Sessions are $65 each, book 4+ sessions and receive 10% discount.
We look forward to seeing you at the studio soon!
Friday night Life Drawing with THE DRAWING LAB returns August 4th!
A great way to end the week. Enjoy a glass of wine or beer while drawing from fantastic professional models in a wonderful large well lit, fully equipped studio. Participants will be free to explore and experiment with alternative methods, and less conventional approaches will definitely be encouraged.
Places are limited, please reserve your easel HERE.
LONG POSE LIFE DRAWING/PAINTING returns for a 2 week session – 26th August and 2nd September!
For two weeks the model will take the same pose for four hours. Although untutored Erika Gofton will be there to offer guidance if needed and at the beginning of the first week participants will be given a chance to request demonstrations for the remaining weeks. These classes will be kept to a smaller number so there is room to spread out. Draw, paint or even sculpt! A great opportunity to experiment and try new things.
Places are limited, book your easel HERE.
CASUAL LIFE DRAWING is on this Saturday! Be part of these friendly and supportive life drawing sessions in The Art Room’s beautiful, spacious, light filled studio. Beginners to advanced, everyone is welcome.
Some inspiration for your Monday from some wonderful Australian artists in the Art Makers series by the ABC. Learn more about some of our favourite artists like Nell and Megan Cope (pictured) WATCH HERE.
We’ve got another fantastic Wednesday night CASUAL LIFE DRAWING session on this week! Join us 7-9pm, places are limited, please book your easel HERE.
These beautiful drawings are by The Art Room’s Nic Plowman