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Drawing for beginners: A sense of place

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Drawing for beginners: A sense of place

Time: July 24, 2018 from 10am to 3pm
Location: the Charterhouse
Street: Charterhouse Square
City/Town: London EC1M 6AN
Website or Map: http://www.thecharterhouse.or…
Phone: 02038188873
Event Type: art, workshop
Organized By: Cynthia Adobea-Aidoo
Latest Activity: Jun 28, 2018

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Take part in this beginners’ drawing workshop exploring the Charterhouse buildings through use of pencil and charcoal. Seek out hidden places of interest across our secluded 7.5 acres to create a series of lively sketches and drawings.

If you have always wanted to try your hand at drawing, this is the perfect workshop for you. Join us at this beginners’ level workshop as we take inspiration from the remarkable Charterhouse buildings. Complete a series of drawing challenges and develop your confidence with pencil and charcoal as the day progresses. Come away with increased ability and confidence whilst enjoying a playful day working around our inspiring site. Please prepare for the weather as this workshop involves working outside.

Your tutor, Lucy Brennan Shiel is an artist working with drawing, painting, film, printmaking, fabric and sewing. 

All art materials provided. Please bring an apron and sketching stool if desired. Cost £50

Book your place on the workshop here

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