If you can do calligraphy, you can draw! Learning how to look, and enabling the right side of the brain can awaken drawing skills. We will produce some exciting finished pieces of work combining monoline calligraphy and drawing using interesting tools, sticks and ink.
|left to right: Sue Cox, Rosalind Ebbrell, Kathy Taylor,
Janice Spencer-Skeen, Jill Goodchild
|Patsy Kettle, Sophie Zie Carreras
The intense concentration is palpable as people begin doing blind contour drawing – drawing where they are not looking at the paper, only at their hand as they move the pencil on paper at the same rate as study the contours of their hand. Blind contour drawings are often more exciting than drawings where the artist has looked at the paper!
Drawing an origami crane gives an opportunity to practise judging angles and drawing perspective.
Top:Sue Cockburn and Kathy Taylor
Bottom: Pat Archer and Rosalind Ebbrell
|Strelizia – Lin Kerr