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    A drawing workshop (SLW07708)

    15 to 18 March 2018. Gain confidence as you learn to draw with pencil and charcoal. Learn about drawing and composition, measuring and creating perspective, proportion, scale and tone. Working in the stunning West Dean Gardens create several sketches...

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    Drawing for beginners (SWE07772)

    6 to 8 April 2018. Learn to draw in a weekend as you cover the basics, measuring for perspective, scale, tone and composition. Create several pencil sketches in the inspiring environment of West Dean College. Tutors: John T Freeman

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    Life painting – five approaches (S5D07909)

    3 to 8 June 2018. Explore five distinct approaches towards life painting: the classical tradition, the singular stroke, the painted line, the expressive stroke and the form abstracted. Utlilise the methods and attitudes of artists representative of k...

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    Drawing for beginners (SWE07954)

    22 to 24 June 2018. Learn to draw in a weekend as you cover the basics, measuring for perspective, scale, tone and composition. Create several pencil sketches in the inspiring environment of West Dean College. Tutors: John T Freeman

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    Oil painting for beginners (S2D08020)

    18 to 20 July 2018. Discover the fundamental techniques, methods and theories when painting with oils. Gain confidence using and applying oils with brushes and knives, colour and tone theory, and the use of paint mediums. Tutors: John T Freeman

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    Comprehensive drawing course (SSS08036)

    28 July 2018 to 3 August 2018. Discover your potential as you develop methods that suit your creative outlook and drawing style. Define different modes of looking including analytical, objective, subjective, expressive and experimental, using traditi...

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    Drawing for improvers (SWE08097)

    31 August 2018 to 2 September 2018. Improve your drawing with practical techniques utilising the potential of different mediums. Techniques include expressive use of line, shading and tone, lighting, dynamic composition and surface. NB Students who w...

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