Creative drawing, level 1 – May 2021

“Very enjoyable and well-structured with a stimulating and enjoyable sequence of activities.”

Bernie M

I thoroughly enjoyed teaching this weekend.  I think both I and the students were so happy to be out after all the recent Covid lockdown restrictions.  Students seemed to arrive with a burst of energy and a flourish of creativity.  The first day involved a lot of hard focus and concentration and everyone coped admirably with a light bulb moment for some students.  Returning for the second day, the students were greeted with more relaxing, fun, intuitive and creative projects as we embraced materials and techniques to encourage personal creativity.  Red further to find out what the students thought of their experience.

Student comments

“Thorough introduction to drawing – and creative drawing techniques – essential techniques which I will be able to apply to develop my skills.”
Paul C

“It’s a really enjoyable course that teaches you drawing techniques you can apply to anything you draw.  The pace is a good balance of theory and practical.  The environment is relaxed and friendly allowing you to feel comfortable regardless of your level.!
Claire C

” Key learning was the drawing methodology which I think will help develop my drawing in the future – thought this was very useful and helpful approach to tackling a drawing.”
Bernie M

“Very enjoyable way to learn to draw or improve your skills using different interesting techniques.  Well explained and able to follow.  Great fun!” My course highlight was that “I enjoyed the more free and imaginative ways of drawing.”
Jana W

“Excellent, fun, challenging and thought provoking.  Development of skills and techniques, confidence and enjoyable too.  Conducive to adult learning without the fear of failing.” My course highlight was “the final paintings/drawings – very proud of my own achievement.!
Louise R

“To learn the basic skills of drawing and the use of different materials.” My course highlight was that I “enjoyed it all. best bit was watercolour painting with additional media>”
Mark H