|Geraldine and Nisa, students|
|Linda A, student|
Working like this for an hour, realizing that you can alter and change and 'correct' by adding more lines, not by rubbing out, simultaneously 'loosens' any anxieties you might have about tackling this subject (just the opposite of what you might expect) and gets you in the right frame of mind to move on to chalk pastels for a large study of glass. I am often asked how to draw glass, particularly by Distance Learning students. The answer is to place the glass into an environment of Colour. For this study I put the glasses onto a CD, two apparently colourless objects, but we ended up with the most amazing rainbow! (although you can't tell from the photos, none of the colours in the drawings were 'invented' - this is what we could see in the CD).
|June and Helena, Students|
|Nisa and Geraldine|
|Jayne and Deirdre, students (work in progress)|
Next up: Portrait workshop, Intensive Portfolio Weekend, Children's classes.
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