About the Course
We can all draw with a little know how and practice. Did you know that our 'left brain' often gets in the way of our 'right brain' - the creative side of the brain? Find out how it tricks us and some strategies to fool it.
For instance, when was the last time you truly looked at something? If you have never taken the time to look and really observe a tree, a flower or animal then how can you can expect to draw it?
Kate will show you just how easy it is to look at things as an artist and to see how each part of something relates to another. From this simple starting point it’s just one more step to putting this down on paper.
After this workshop you will see the world differently and be able to sketch and draw more confidently.
You will also experiment with a variety of different drawing papers, pencils etc. to discover what works for you and learn how to create some of subtle effects that different pencils and erasers can achieve.
To book your place contact Kate through the button above or book online through Kate’s website (link is also above).
Workshops run from 12.30 to 3.30 pm on Fridays, dates as listed above.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All materials are provided along with light refreshments. There are numerous cafes in Skipton and there are The Cavendish and the Elm Tree pubs in Embsay itself that offer food too for those traveling some distance. Skipton and Embsay are on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales for those who love walking or exploring while they are here.
Please bring an old shirt or apron to protect your clothing.
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