7 Jan 2022 | 1 day
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Tutor - Helen Jones
Friday 7 January 2022, 10am - 4pm
This class will be taking place in person at Hamilton House. Click HERE for more information about Hamilton House. If government restrictions prevent this, due to Covid, this course will take place on Zoom.
Erasure is the process of drawing with 'light' from a dark background and is an effective way of adding tone and depth to your work. Examine the historic erasure technique and its use when creating spectacular tonal drawings. In the afternoon, you will be working towards a final piece, capturing the textures of nature's elements.
Please bring something to take your work home in and wear clothes suitable for a studio environment.
This class will be taking place at Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QY.
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Participants must be 16 or over.
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