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4 Sessions Nude Life Drawing / Portrait Life Drawing Course

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About This Coursee

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Visual Arts Centre presents – 4 Sessions Nude Life Figure Drawing / Portrait Life Drawing Course at $220 nett only. Nude Life  Figure Drawing / Portrait Life Drawing sessions are ongoing on Thursday evenings, from 7:30pm-10pm. This 4 session course will give you a good introduction and exposure to Nude Life Drawing / Portrait Life Drawing, and you may choose to attend either or both Nude Life Figure Drawing and Portrait Life Drawing sessions. Choose to attend any 4 Sessions within a validity period of four months from the date of your first session, valid till the end of 2022.

Upcoming session on 11 August, 7:30pm-10pm for Nude Life Drawing with Artist Guidance!

WhatsApp 6255 0711 or drop us an email [email protected] if you have any enquiries!

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What to expect for Nude Life Figure Drawing with Artist Guidance Workshop

2.5 Hours | 7:30pm-10pm | 1 long pose (option short poses) | all drawing materials provided

This Nude Life Figure Drawing Workshop is taught by our resident artist instructor who will guide you to draw and sketch a life nude model. Students will be seated around the nude life model in a semi-circle and learn to observe the human anatomy and the nuances of shape, form and shadow. Learn proportion, form and composition, and acquire life drawing and sketching skills whether you are a beginner or an advanced art learner! A combination of short and long poses may proceed in the session, and most importantly, our experienced art instructor will ensure that everyone is able to receive guidance and tips of life drawing and sketching and complete an artwork during the 2.5 Hours session.

Nude life figure drawing is important to an artist’s practice as a deeper understanding of the human figure can only be attained through experience and practise. The ability to depict the human torso and its many gestures and even motion requires advanced drawing and sketching techniques and a lot of life drawing and sketching practice! Nude life drawing is suitable for beginners too, and you need not to fear the intimidating subject! Our art instructor is here to guide and help you and a lot of beginners join our Nude Life Drawing course too! Do challenge yourself and give this a try, especially if you love nude art!

Nude Life Drawing Workshop at Visualartscentre Singapore
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What to expect for Portrait Life Drawing with Artist Guidance Workshop

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Try portrait sketching yourself with the guidance of an art instructor!

Through life observation of the model – capture various tones, shades, shadows, angles, and skin textures of the model with your own interpretation in this portrait drawing session. The session starts with a brief introduction of proportion and basic anatomy of the skull and facial features, followed by more refined methods of observation and sketching as well as guidance from a professional artist. For those who require more assistance, fret not, you will receive instruction and tips to improve your work, which would be really helpful if you are looking to upgrade your skills and techniques on portrait drawing!

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Both the Portrait and Nude Life workshop will take place every once a month alternatively. All art materials will be provided for the students thus fret not about what to bring! Teacher will also be present to guide all students in creating a perfect portrait/nude life piece! It is also a good time to clarify all your doubts!
 
These workshop will take place over a duration of 2 hours and 30 mins from 7.30pm to 10pm. It will be held in the Visual Arts Centre art studio, in a comfortable and relaxing environment.
 
visual arts centre One of our Art Instructor progressing in Oil Painting portrait (Alla Prima)
One of our Art Instructor progressing in Oil Painting portrait (Alla Prima)

Nude Life Upcoming Drawing dates in 2022:

11 Aug, 18 Aug, 1 Sept

Portrait Drawing dates 2022:

25 Aug

 
** Please note that these dates are subject to changes, we will let you know if any dates are amended.
Location: Visual Arts Centre, 10 Penang Road, #01-02, Dhoby Ghaut Green, S(238469)
Dhoby Ghaut MRT Exit B, turn left 30m. The studio is located near the grass field.
Lesson fees: $220 nett/4 sessions.

WhatsApp 6255 0711 or drop us an email [email protected] if you have any enquires!

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Learning Objectives

 

7:15pm – 7:30 pm: Registration, preparation of materials (sketch paper, pencils, charcoal, erasers / watercolour paper, watercolour paints will be provided)

* Please reach by 7:30pm.

7:30pm – 10pm: Life drawing commences – The model will be doing a series of poses, long and short ones with a few minutes of break intermittently, at around every 2o-25 minutes.

Light refreshments of hot and cold water, tea bags, instant coffee and biscuits are complimentary.

 

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Schedule & Location

Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio

Every Thursday night, 7:30pm-10pm.

Registration & Fees

This art course is only available at Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio

4 Session Nude Life/Portrait Drawing Workshop with Artist Guidance 写生4节课 (Dhoby Ghaut)
$280
Location Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut Studio
Validity
16 Weeks
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