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Drawing to Sculpture – Saturday Workshop

This one-day workshop will explore drawing in an alternative way and how it can evolve into a 3-dimensional object or ‘sculpture’ whilst still remaining a drawing.

Course overview

Due to the uncertainty of the ongoing Covid-19 situation, we have decided to cancel our Evening & Saturday courses for the Autumn term 2020.

We are currently reviewing the situation and will be delivering a limited number of Evening & Saturday courses in January 2021.

If you would like to receive news about our Spring term 2021 Evening & Saturday courses, please contact us (shortcourses@aub.ac.uk) and we will add you to our mailing list.

Dates
New dates for 2021-22 will be published soon

Duration
09.00-09.30 Welcome session with tea/coffee and pastry
09.30-12.30 Morning Class
12.30-13.30 Lunch
13.30-16.30 Afternoon Class

Tutor
Sarah L Goy

Fee

£139

Course details

Paper is an every-day material which we often overlook. By using a variety of techniques and drawing mediums such as charcoal, ink and gouache this workshop gives you the opportunity to experiment with this tactile material. Using both cartridge paper and Indian rag roll paper you will be able to explore the potential of drawing and paper and experiment with your own creative ideas.

The day will start with sketching warm-ups for inspiration and then experiment with ink, charcoal and gouache. You will explore mark making, drawing techniques and paper, with some inspiration from famous artists and the environment. Paper drawings will then be turned into an organic sculpture by wetting and re-moulding it, to create something unique based upon the original drawing itself.

Your tutor, Sarah L. Goy, is a practising and exhibiting artist, involved with community art in addition to running own workshops in her unique way. She travels a great deal which influences her creative style; she has a strong belief in art for everyone and encourages experimentation with creative mediums. This workshop is ideal for beginners or those with some experience of drawing, providing an enjoyable day in which to experiment and explore an artistic process in a relaxed way to creating sculptures out of your drawings.

  • Experienced guidance from a practising artist specialising in a wide range of mediums and styles
  • A day in the art studio
  • Most materials
  • Morning coffee/tea, pastry and Lunch

Find out more by clicking the profile below.

Photograph of Sarah L Goy

Sarah L Goy

Having graduated from Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design Sarah is a qualified illustrator and a contemporary artist.

The workshop aims to:

  • Build on drawing skills and approaches
  • Experiment and develop individual ideas, discovering new approaches to creating
  • Enable students to gain confidence and become familiar mix mediums
  • Explore ways of self-expression through the creative process
  • A day to relax and have fun through drawing

This workshop is suitable for all levels of ability and experience, a knowledge of drawing would be beneficial but is not essential. The focus is on experimentation, imagination, creativity and enjoyment.

All course materials are included in the course fee.

Please bring an apron or wear clothing that you do not mind getting slightly inky.

  • Gain confidence and experiment with paper and other mediums
  • Learn to see, feel and express in a visual way
  • Explore what ‘drawing’ means to you
  • Learn a little about some famous artists works and their inspirations
  • To have fun

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