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The Art of Drawing

$385.00 $350.00

ON CAMPUS: 15-16 May 2021, Saturday and Sunday 9:30am-4:30pm. Early fee ends 19 April
Kim Spooner

This skill-focused workshop takes students through the basic principles of drawing, with reference to historic and contemporary drawing practice, while nurturing individual artistic expression and responding to each student’s level of ability. Kim Spooner teaches the formal aspects of composition and shows how to develop drawings from interesting arrangements of objects, working from a life model to en plein air (outdoors).

Full details below: course overview, course delivery, lecturer profile and art materials

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Term: Drawing Weekend Workshops 2021
Start Date: 15 May 2021
End Date: 16 May 2021
Day: Saturday-Sunday
Time: 9.30am-4.30pm
Number of classes: 2

Teacher: Kim Spooner
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Full Fee: $385.00
Early Fee: $350.00
Concession Fee: $365.00
Location: National Art School

Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

course overview

This skill-focused workshop takes students through the basic principles of drawing, with reference to historic and contemporary drawing practice, while nurturing individual artistic expression and responding to each student’s level of ability. Kim Spooner teaches the formal aspects of composition and shows how to develop drawings from interesting arrangements of objects, working from a life model to en plein air (outdoors). Learn how to capture quick studies to record the essential information and how to develop them into finished drawings. She demonstrates how to use a variety of drawing mediums with ink, charcoal, watercolour, coloured chalk and collage. Students will also be encouraged to draw from their imagination and personal aesthetic.

teacher  profile

Kim Spooner’s incisive and expressive paintings and portraits are held in public and private collections. Represented by Annandale Galleries, Sydney, and Adele Boag Gallery, Adelaide, she was awarded the Onslow Storrier Studio Residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, in 2008. Kim is a prolific exhibitor, and her practice involves constant dialogue with contemporary and historical masters. Her recent exhibitions explore narratives using metaphor and allegory, recalling personal history and creating visual stories that refer to the human condition. She is a figurative and still life painter and an expert in encaustic and egg tempera techniques. Kim’s skills as a draftsperson have been recognise in recent times, with her large-scale drawings being shortlisted in major exhibitions and awards such as the Dobell Prize for Drawing. An excellent communicator, Kim has been a lecturer in both the drawing and painting departments at the National Art School for over 20 years.

ART MATERIALS

For the first class bring what you may already have from your own drawing tools- such as:
Willow charcoal, compressed charcoal and a range of lead pencils
Hard eraser
2 bulldog clips
10 sheets of Newsprint (not newspaper) A1 or A2 size
Block of cartridge paper A1 or A2 size

As the course progresses Kim advise on what other materials to bring such as inks, chalks, pastels, watercolours and collage.

PARKERS FINE ART SUPPLIES

Parkers Fine Art Supplies have a location of the NAS campus and offer a discount for NAS short courses students. To discuss and order art materials please contact Parkers on +61 2 9247 9979 or email parkersartsupplies@aapt.net.au
Website https://www.parkersartsupplies.com/

Covered footwear is essential in all studio spaces on campus.

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