This is a repeating event14/03/2021 9:30 am
Cees Workshop: Drawing with Flair
(Sunday) 9:30 am - 3:30 pm(GMT+10:00)
When is Cess workshop: Drawing with flair? schedule on Sunday 7 th and Sunday 14 th March 20219.30am – 3.30pm. Cost
When is Cess workshop: Drawing with flair?
schedule on Sunday 7 th and Sunday 14 th March 2021
9.30am – 3.30pm. Cost $120 per day
WITH TUTOR ARTIST: CEES SLIEDRECHT
EVERYONE IS WELCOME, EXPERIENCED OR NOT
What is the theme of the Cess workshop? “Drawing with flair”
About the Artist: Cees Sliedrecht
Cess is well known for his excellent drawing skills and use of watercolour, graphite, and ink in his work
Register via: email@example.com
Contact: JENNY 0419 760 993
What to expect in the Cees workshop: Drawing with flair?
You will need:
2 Day Drawing Workshop material – Pencil, pen and a touch of watercolour
You will learn:
How to draw better in pencil and pen
How to simplify drawing complicated buildings
Plus how to apply tone, texture, shape, and composition
And how to apply simple washes to enhance your artwork
Cees says. “This workshop drawing with flair will introduce you to the joy of better observation, better drawing, capturing the character of your environment, in all its beauty. Add to that some transparent watercolour and you have created something that is an individual art, you thought you would never be able to do.
It is my goal to give everyone feedback from the level you are at so that everyone in the group is able to develop their skills, creativity, and imagination. I will endeavor to show you the way in which you are able to produce artwork that is loose, free, uncomplicated, and provides enjoyment to both yourself and the viewer.
We will strive for a number of different topics over the two days including an urban scene, a bridge, and still life. I will supply photocopies of the selected topics to work from.
I will do short demonstrations although I believe that the best way of learning is by observing the demo, the information is given, followed by doing it yourself and practice.”
For more information on the artist visit www.ceesart.com