Posted: 8th May 2017
14th May 2017
14th May 2017
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Inspired by the SKIN exhibition, explore the human form through life drawing, and the ways in which it can be responded to through different mediums.
In this 2-hour workshop, the participants will work directly from the life model with the support and guidance of artist Linda Ingham. There will be a single pose throughout the session where the model will be considered in relation to a prop and compositional aspects.
The first half of the session will concentrate on drawing in charcoal (or other preferred mediums if participants so require) and how props and composition affect how the artists and their viewers might look at and read the work.
During the second half of the session, Linda will demonstrate a palette and colour-mixing for skin tones as well as continued support and guidance.
Participants may either continue to work on their drawings, or choose to experiment with colour.
Linda will be working in charcoal and oils, but the colour-mixing section may be adapted to acrylics, watercolours and other media.
About the Artist
Linda Ingham lives and works from her studio on the North East Lincolnshire coast as artist and curator. Her work considers memory, place, and the passage of time, and she exhibits internationally. She has work in many public collections, including the Arizona Museum of Art, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, and the East Contemporary Collection of Contemporary Art at UCS. Linda is part of the Contemporary British Painting group, a new showcase for painting and painters, and is the artistic director of Arts Meridian. Linda also is a regularly visiting artist at Leeds University School of Design, and teaches life drawing and portraiture in Lincolnshire on a regular basis.
£25, Ticketed Event (Friends of Ferens £15), Advance Booking Essential
To book your place call 01482 300 306 or click here