Capture the essence of character, in Adebanji Alade's Portrait Sketching Workshop
Claim you space for Adebanji Alade's Portrait Sketching Workshop on Saturday 16th July at Patchings Festival of Art, Craft & Design.
The Artist contributor Adebanji Alade strives to bring the force and power of sketch into every piece he embarks on. He likes to focus on people because he loves the play of light, moods, emotions, beauty and variety that each face brings. Learn from his expertise by joining his Portrait Sketching Workshop, 10am-1pm or 2pm-5pm on Saturday 16th of July at Patchings Festival of Art, Craft & Design.
In this workshop, you will explore how to capture the essence and character of a face with brown, black and white colours on tanned paper. Refine your skills, with the workshop's focus on free-hand sketching, structure, proportions, tonal values and edges. Following Adebanji's demonstration, participants will start their own work from reference material, with hands-on help from Adebanji.
Plus, courtesy of Daler-Rowney, each student will receive a Lyra Rembrandt Sketching Set containing 11 pieces; one Lyra Rembrandt Polycolor Grey Metal Case containing 12 Polycolor Pencils, a Strathmore 400 Toned Tan A4 Sketch Pad, and a Lyra Kneadable Eraser, worth over £59(RRP).
The cost of each three-hour session is just £60 (including VAT) per person, and includes tuition from Adebanji Alade, Daler-Rowney art materials worth over £60(RRP), PLUS free entry to Patchings Art, Craft and Design Festival for the day, worth £14.
For more information, and to book your place, visit the workshop booking page.