More abstract art for beginners: FULL
Who is this course for?
You will be making paintings and drawings using different methods and materials to explore abstract art. Examining concepts and ideas within abstract art movements. This is taught in a friendly, fun, and supportive environment.
Abstraction using landscape as a starting point.
Abstraction from still life.
Abstraction using repeat pattern, collage, cutting and distortion.
Abstraction through printmaking.
Support and feedback
Through discussion with your tutor at each session, and a summative assessment at the end of the course
Additional costs and requirements
This course is delivered online and provided free of charge. You will, however, need a computer or a tablet with a stable internet connection, as well as a built in or external microphone and camera to attend the course.
In addition, you will need:
A2 cartridge paper, watercolour and acrylic paint.
PVA glue, palette, brushes, collage materials (papers, sandpaper, fabric etc), sand, sawdust, any bought stretched canvas’s you want to work on, corrugated cardboard. Piece of Formica.
About the tutor
Your tutor will be Harry Roberts. Harry started working for Learn Devon in 2012 and teaches various courses in arts and crafts such as drawing, painting, printmaking, felt making, ceramics and stained glass. Harry teaches to students of all levels at different venues in North and West Devon. Before joining Learn Devon he worked as a full time Art & Design Tutor at North Devon College (now known as Petroc). When he is not working, he will either be found in his studio, making large paintings/sculptures or tinkering with his collection of cars and racing bikes (essentially anything that goes fast). Harry is also a qualified fitness coach and attends a local gym three times a week. He enjoys cycling, camping, spending time with friends, travelling (especially in India, Thailand) and cooking. Harry enjoys teaching and showing students new skills and possibilities through art and making new things. He believes creativity is life affirming and fun for everyone. He frequently changes his hair colour from blonde and pink to lilac, so he definitely doesn’t go unnoticed around our centre.