So informative and filled with so much to learn, but in an environment that pushes you to be creative and build confidence.
I describe this course as opening the door to each of the Art Elements, giving students a good foundation to better understand the impact each art elements has in their artwork and how to use it more effectively. Teaching this course always gets me excited about making new art as it is so hands on every session – great fun to teach.
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So informative and filled with so much to learn, but in an environment that pushes you to be creative and build confidence. It was probably more serious than expected (!) but in an enjoyable way – like real lessons!! Thank you.”
“I learned a lot about what to think about when compositing a drawing. Think it’s a wonderful class to take to learn the basics. The elements of art will definitely help my work in the future. It was beyond my expectations – I learned loads in a short time. Thank you Brian, looking forward to the next class.”
“Great to build confidence in the core elements of drawing for someone who has had little experience. [I learned] the core elements of how to construct a drawing. Met my expectations. Website describes it well and accurately.”
“A really wonderful introduction to the art elements. As someone who has done a lot of art previously, I learnt a huge amount. I have learnt qbout the different elements that make up a drawing and how to step back and discuss my own work. I loved the shape/pattern session and the balance element of it. The course fully met my expectations, but I was honestly a little surprised how valuable I have found it. Thanks so much!”
“It is absolutely worth booking this course. It is not intimidating at all and has really brought back my confidence and enjoyment in drawing. I have learnt how to sue form, line, colour, and texture to structure a drawing. I loved the abstract exercise. It has exceeded my expectations. I feel I can draw things I never thought I would be able to do. I actually enjoy drawing now as opposed to feeling it is something I ‘should’ do.”