Classically trained artist Rachel Vynne welcomes you to a programme of drawing based upon her training in Florence.
Following in the footsteps of many of the great artists since the late 19th century, students will copy from a set of Charles Bargue lithographs. These lithographs were developed to give a student of art a thorough understanding of technique, thereby equipping them with the foundation of excellence in their practice.
Working at their own pace, students of all abilities will complete four lithographs in pencil, each assignment progressively teaching the student how to measure accurately, articulate shapes and create volume.
Small class sizes.
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This introductory drawing will give students the basics of all of the elements to come.
An introduction to accurate measuring.
Blocking in a drawing and use of line.
Begin to understand the use of lights and darks to create form.
The second drawing will develop the techniques learnt in your stage one drawing, the drawing will be more complex.
To reinforce the techniques learnt in stage one.
Looking more closely at line weight
Beginning to look at and model smaller forms in the lights.
By now students will have competent skills and techniques to complete a far more challenging drawing which is on a larger scale and is technically more difficult.
Accurate comparative measuring
A thorough understanding of modelling the big forms and smaller descriptive forms.
Precise articulation and beautiful line work.
Level one Cast
After completing the first stage of the course, students now progress to work from three dimensions using all of the skills learnt previously. This is done working from academic classical casts.
Working from three dimensions.
Use of the sight size method.
Working in charcaol.
Optional line drawing
This exercise intrudes the student to some of the elements of figure drawing. Using comparative measuring a larger scale drawing will be created which is gestural and lively..
The student will learn about the importance of gesture.
Measuring accurate proportions.
How to use expressive line to create a lively, beautiful drawing.