Venue: The Reader Gallery
Dates: 06/04/2020 - 20/04/2020
Times: 11:00 - 17:00
Taking inspiration from natural forms and the stunning ironwork found in the Calderstones parkland, participants will create sketches and detailed drawings to build up visual information for an illustration project.
***To avoid a booking fee and pay by card, cheque or cash, please contact dot-art Services directly on 0345 017 6660***
Monday 6, 13 and 20 April, 11:00 – 17:00, £125 for 3 week course.
Investigate how nature and organic patterns have influenced illustrators and designers throughout history, particularly focusing on art nouveau. From printed material each student will choose a subject which appeals to them and will practice drawing either the whole of it or a small section, noting symmetry, form, elegance, repetition, interweaving.
The course will culminate in using your sketches to create your very own artwork. Students can choose whether their artwork is a design for jewellery, an illustration border or textile pattern. The artist tutor will show students how to take a small detail and repeat it to make a pattern, as well as techniques of laying out a circle or border with lines that can then be rubbed out afterwards.
Tutor: Madeleine Pires
Winter Programme 2019 , Mondays:
6, 13 and 20 April
Calderstones Mansion House,
Liverpool L18 3JB
£125 for 3 week course
You will need to bring some of your own materials for the duration of the course. Materials lists will be provided 2-3 weeks before the course begins. If you require this list earlier, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a maximum of 15 places available on each session, so early booking is essential.
To avoid a booking fee and pay by card, cheque or cash, please contact dot-art Services directly on 0345 017 6660.