CA - Introduction to drawing techniques
Who is this course for?
This course is for both absolute beginners who would like to explore the simplest techniques of drawing and for those who wish to build on basic core skills. Sessions will be relaxed, friendly and supportive.
You will be learning the basic skills of drawing, focusing for this course on items collected from the beach and sea related themes. We will be starting with pencil going onto using pen and inks, exploring line and wash techniques
Support and feedback
Learners will get individual support and feedback from the tutor. Group conversations about the work will be encouraged.
Additional costs and requirements
All basic materials are provided at the session. This will include pencils, inks, pens and paper. Learners wishing to extend their range of supplies can bring their own drawing materials.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
There will be handouts and online learning which is optional but will allow you to further reflect and consolidate your learning at home if you wish to do so.
About the tutor
Chloe was born in North West London and has lived and worked in and around London for the past twenty years. She gained a BA (Hons) in Illustration from Brighton University and went on to complete a PGCE in Secondary Art and Design at Roehampton University, Surrey.
Chloe has worked in the Education Department at Tate Britain where she supported learning programmes for school students, teachers and adult learners. She enjoys drawing on location, visiting museums, the cinema and art galleries. Chloe left her teaching job at Camden School for Girls, after eleven years to relocate to Exeter. She combines teaching workshops and continuing with her own art practice. She exhibits her artwork in an annual exhibition as part of a group show alongside an array of contemporary leading artists.
“I really enjoy teaching adults and watching their skills and confidence grow week by week. It is hugely rewarding when people discover their creative side and make art part of their lives”.