Course Summary

Expand your drawing skills by exploring accuracy, perspective, black/white and colour while focusing on still-life and simple figure drawing techniques. *Life drawing not included.

Currently, we have no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us via email to register your interest.

Intermediate Drawing is a course for the student with some knowledge of line, proportion, light and shadows and texture. This course will help you to build on your existing skills by using a range of techniques and materials to develop greater accuracy in your drawing. You will gain an understanding of light by completing guided exercises in charcoal on both black and white paper and enhance your drawings by the introduction of colour.

We will explore the subject of basic linear perspective and its applications in urban settings and practise simple techniques and exercises to help you draw basic human figures in their correct proportions. 

The materials for this course will range from graphite pencils and charcoal pencils to Conte crayons on paper.

The overall objective of this class is for you to build a stronger foundation in drawing in a relaxed and enjoyable class environment.

Artist Carolyn Large

Carolyn Large is a practising artist located in the beautiful Macedon Ranges. As a member of the Sunbury Art Society, Macedon Ranges Art Trail and the Woodend Art Group she has participated in a number of exhibitions including Trentham, Woodend, Sunbury and the Melbourne City Council.

Carolyn specialises in pet portrait commission work, portraits and landscapes, working primarily in pastel, charcoal and acrylic paint mediums. Carolyn also works as a textile artist, specialising in needle felting. She has achieved commercial success in both 3-D and 2-D felting and continues to expand her skills in “painting” with wool to produce works of beauty that reflect the natural environment.

Please bring the following materials to each class:

3 graphite pencils – 2B, 4B and 6B
3 charcoal pencils – 2B, 4B and White
4 Conte crayons – White, Black, Sanguine and Bistre.
A3 Visual art diary or drawing pad – 210 gsm or higher.
1 sheet Colourfix black (or aubergine) paper 50cm x70 cm. (or similar pastel paper). Pencil sharpener.
Hard white eraser and kneadable eraser.
Paper stumps

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