T H I S . Y E A R . W I L L . B E . T H E . Y E A R !
Expect the unexpected and getting involved.
Apart from our regular life drawing sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays 7.30pm-9.30om at Studio Bee, this year we’ll have a:
- Group Exhibition in October for all of our attendants
- Human Anatomy Life Drawing Course run by Master Rifat Ahamar aka Riff one Sunday a month. Contact him at email@example.com
- Long Poses Sunday Drawing : a dedicated Sunday to spread out our drawing’s and painting’s materials and enjoy model’s long poses. Last Sunday of the month.
- DRAWING EXPRESS : 1 hour of 1min to 5min of extreme poses for animators, illustrators, character designers, 3D and comic artists for learning to capture the human figure from any angle. To start in February every Wednesdays 6.30pm.
- Life Drawing Master Classes : professional artist’s led workshops who can teach us different techniques and materials.
and mouch more …
A reminder that our first Long Poses Life Drawing is this Sunday 27th of January 11am – 2pm.
The session aims to:
S T A R T – 11am
2 x 5 min poses
1 x 15 min pose
1 x 45 min pose
T E A . B R E A K – 12.15pm – 12.30pm
1 x 1.5h pose
E N D – 2pm
There will be some basic materials, tea and busicuits but attendants are welcome to bring their own favourite materials and lunch. There is a microwave in the kitchen and a kettle we can use.
The cost is £15 – all included
You can pay on the day or via Pay Pal using this link:
Hope you are as excited as I am
I hope you are enjoying spending time cosy at home with family and friends.
This Tuesday will be the last Tuesday Life Drawing session of the year and to celebrate the winter festivities we’ll have posing for us 2 models as a treat. they are our super Adam and Hope. Not a couple but some of our most professional models we have. Hop is into theatre so the poses will tell stories between a couple. Very expressive and dynamic.
To keep warm we’ll be serving mulled wine and xmas tapas, some hot some not but nice for xmas.
Hope you can make it.
I see you there.
If not, have a nice and peaceful winter vacation with friends and family
Henry Martin, is one of the first artists who came to our Life Drawing+ sessions. That was back in 2012 when we were based in Islington Mill artist’s studios in Salford. Lots have happened since then but what I never expected is to see so many attendants developing as artists. Henry Martin is one of them and is on the rise.
He’s based in Manchester and he’s better know for his colourful watercolours of Manchester Parade’s gay people. They are just fantastic and worth having a look.
But now… But now Henry surprises us with very different material of work. I knew that he was painting the urban scape of Manchester… but what I didn’t know is that he’s had been given permission to paint inside the walls of the Strangeways prison. That’s such an institution in Manchester known by everyone yet no one has seen inside apart from its inhabitants and personnel.
W H A T . A G R E A T . O P P O R T U N I T Y !
I can’t wait to see Henry’s new watercolours sketches and oil paintings and see the inside of this emblematic building I’ve always looked from the outside. The exhibition is for two weeks at the new Art shop in Oldham Street CASS ART.
Who’s coming with me?
You can follow Henry’s art on his:
Let us know what you think of his art in this blog or in our social media
Anyone is up for going to see Alison Scotts‘s artwork exhibited at Stretford Public Hall this weekend?
This is a group exhibition in which she’ll be exhibiting along other artists that have been coming to Life Drawing+ for years such as our beloved Jayne Pellington.
Their work is just great and of incredible quality and if you have a space in your home or work premises where you’d like enjoying amazing prints and paintings, come and see what these and other artists are going to exhibit.
There is more! Mr. Scruff will be Dj’ng for the preview on Thursday evening so get your tickets now! This is in this listed building, so it will be a great opportunity to visit this mixture of gothic style piece of architecture with a great atmosphere created with great music and art.
We are carrying on this month drawing XXL size models and this Tuesday we have the pleasure and honour to have our very much loved Marilyn Misandry, a performance artist working around issues of gender and fatness, incredible make up artist and a dj in the gay club scene in Manchester.
B E G I N N E R S . W E L C O M E
Materials, wine and tapas provided
£10 or £8 students and concessions .
T U E S D A Y
14-16 Faraday Street
Top floor above The Peer Hat bar, entrance at the back tiny alleyway.
See you there
This will be the last Sunday’s Life Drawing of the year. So if you fancy drawing or painting from long poses, let me know. Poses will be a couple of 5min, 1 x 10, 1 x 50min and 1 x 1.5h.
This will be on Sunday 25th of November in Studio Bee and we’ll break up at 12.10pm for a 20min tea break.
The cost is £15 and includes basic materials, tea, coffe and busicuits. You are welcome to bring your own favourite materials and lunch.
If interested, please, book via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/Sunday25
Any questions, don’t hesitate in contacting me via firstname.lastname@example.org
oh! The model … I said I’ll bring a couple but that will only happen if enough of us come forward. Otherwise, it will be a female model.