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Drawing Faces – GI 21 084 (Online)
9 September 2021 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm BST
Tutor: Claire Harrison Fine Art BA (HONS)Go to all Courses
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Learn how to draw different faces at different angles, and how this affects the proportion of the face. Claire will demonstrate how to draw a variety of different angles and foreshortening in pencil, charcoal and coloured pastel. Students will learn how to capture the features of the face, texture, show foreshortening and learn how to capture skin colour.
Suitable for all abilities.
About the Speaker
Claire is a full-time international fine artist, and due to artistic commitments, only teaches courses at the Guildford Institute which is probably why they frequently oversubscribed. Claire also has a few private students supporting them through their academic courses and mentors fellow artists. Claire enjoys sharing her passion and extensive technical knowledge of drawing, painting and work of the Masters. Claire has a unique teaching style where she concentrates on each individual developing their own style with confidence.
Claire is inspired by the natural world; from the flowers she grows to the tiny insects in her garden. Claire creates large colourful oil paintings that are painstakingly created with a small detailed brush. She can spend anything up to 2 years on a painting because she studies her subjects from life through drawing and photography in her sketchbook before finally embarking on the final painting using her research and imagination. Claire’s much sought-after artworks are in both public and private collections in the UK, Canada and China.
Claire works and lives in the heart of the West Sussex countryside with her husband and neurotic rescue cat and has an interest in the environment, horticulture, literature, walking, dancing, yoga, meditation and archery.
V Café at The Guildford Institute provides a friendly catering service using high quality, fresh, vegetarian and vegan ingredients.
The perfect way to give a treat to someone special who takes real pleasure in learning new things and taking part in great activities.