Teen Drawing: The Dynamic Figure (ages 13 – 17)

Teen Drawing: The Dynamic Figure (ages 13 – 17)

$170.00 inc. GST

Term 1 2023

Lecturer: Caitlin Bowe

Tue 21 Feb – Tues 28 Mar  4.45pm – 6.15pm

Level – Beginner (teens 13 to 17 years)

This six week course will focus on applying drawing fundamentals to contemporary and creative subject matter. Using a variety of materials and techniques, students will develop their own unique style while incorporating dynamic and visually striking imagery.

Materials required:

Week 1 – 6
A3 sketchbook
Graphite Pencils HB, 2B, 6B
Hard AND Kneadable Eraser
Pack of Willow Charcoal of assorted sizes
Medium Charcoal Pencil
Week 2 – 6
4 sheets of A1 Cartridge paper
A2 Mid Grey Canson Paper
White Conte (pencil or stick)
Week 6
A2 White Canson Paper

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For all your material needs and advice, Central Artist Supplies is located next to our Administration Office at 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside.
Hours: Monday – Friday 8.30am-4.00pm, Saturdays 9.00am-12.30pm (9.00am-2.00pm when short courses are running). Phone 08 8271 6912. Email mail@centralartistsupplies.com.au

 

Caitlin Bowe is an emerging artist based in Kaurna Country, Adelaide. Working in the field of sculpture, Bowe utilises textiles and life casting techniques to create visual objects which tie together personal experience and ancestral mythology. Focusing on myths and superstitions from her own Celtic and English ancestry, creating layers of meaning in order to be situated amongst a larger cultural narrative. Employing a Gothic Victorian aesthetic to create beautifully unsettling works which magnify and exaggerate bodily fears.

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