Life Drawing Session: Two Male Models with Props & Drapery

Image Credit: The The Drawing Centre, Drawing Projects UK

Drawing Projects UK, Bridge House, Stallard Street, Trowbridge BA14 9AE

01225 767993
info@drawingprojects.uk
www.drawingprojects.co.uk

Thursday 16 November 2017
9.30am-3.30pm
Admission Fee: £30
Booking essential
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Twelve places are available, for adults of all levels of ability. The small group size ensures that individual attention is available within this group context and that you are supported to meet individual aims and objectives. 

This drawing session will provide a great opportunity to draw form tow models and to stimulate your imagination, to enhance your skills and/or to try your hand at life drawing within a supportive environment. 

The Drawing Session takes place in The Drawing Centre studio at Drawing Projects UK, which is well-equipped with easels and drawing boards. Paper, pencils and charcoal are provided, and participants are advised to bring any specific materials relevant to their own individual drawing practice.

Tea and coffee will be provided during the breaks. Participants are advised to bring a packed lunch.

We are grateful for kind support received for this drawing session which enables us to offer a special rate of £30 per participant for the day session. Booking Essential.

For all enquiries please contact us on 01225 767993 or by email on info@drawingprojects.uk

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