Life Drawing on Wednesday this summer

Course Details

Where:
OPEN Ealing Arts Centre W5 2TD

Dates: 4 Aug - 25 Aug
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Fees: £15 Adults (£12.50 Concessions)

Join us for life drawing on Wednesday during the summer. It is a fabulous way to spend an evening; in the company of life minded artists who enjoy drawing the human form

Wednesdays

7 – 9pm

4, 11, 18, 25 August

£15 Adults / £12.50 Concessions per session

Limited to 10 artists per session

Life Drawing on Wednesday is a facilitated session for artists who have some experience of life drawing, or those who like developing their style and increasing their line miles under their own steam. The Wednesday life drawing session is OPEN’s longest running class.

We work with a number of professional life models who strike a series of short and long poses. Although we have a different model every week, if you are building a portfolio using a particular model, rest assured they will return!

Our 10 life drawing artists will be socially distanced with some paper provided (A2 size sugar paper of assorted colours – always, white, black, buff and grey). We provide some refreshments, but please bring all other materials you want to use with you.

Materials

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We provide:

  • Drawing Boards
  • Clips
  • A2 sized paper – 170gsm cartridge and grey recycled sugar paper
  • Refreshments!

Please bring your drawing materials and any other paper you need with you.

If you like life drawing, why not try Drawing Movement with us? We’re collaborating with Stephanie Osztreicher, a movement director, teacher, performer and life model. She trained at CSSD, Ballarat Arts Academy and Lecoq in Paris and works across film, visual arts and music. It’s a weekly online session with different performance models and a specific topic. For more details head over to our page

About the Tutor

Jack Jones graduated from Camberwell College of Art in 2010 with a BA in painting. He is a founder member of OPEN Ealing and is a driver in our creative direction. Jack curates our exhibitions and is well known for being able to “make things happen”.

Instagram: Jack Jones Art