About Anatomical Drawing (Summer)

Learn how to tackle drawing the most difficult parts of human anatomy such as hands, feet and heads, and learn how to create human form successfully.

What you will learn on this course?

This course aims to give you a better understanding of how to draw human form and structural anatomy. It will focus on difficult anatomical areas such as tackling hands, feet, heads and faces.

The tutor will introduce you to the correct way to see human structures including discussion of human anatomical make up, muscle and bone, to help deepen your understand and artistic expression. You will be introduced to the correct way to see the human structure and combine it into recognisable and realistic drawings.

Throughout the course the tutor will provide context and inspiration by referring to great master drawings from Art History such as Carravagio, Artemesia Gentileschi and more contemporary artists such as Augusta Savage.

By the end of the course, you will have gained new knowledge and improved your drawing skills and have the opportunity to work directly from a life (nude) model from week 4 of the term.

Who is this course for?

This course is aimed at all levels, it is suitable for beginners who will build a strong foundation for their future artistic work, and also for improvers who wish to deepen and develop their practice.

This course may be accessible for people with disabilities. The room is wheelchair accessible. A support worker or carer may assist; carers must book a complimentary ticket if attending to provide support. Please contact us to discuss your specific accessibility needs.

Do you need to bring anything?

The studio is equipped with easels and drawing boards. Paper is provided and basic art materials may be borrowed on the day. You may wish to bring your own sketchbook and additional materials to work with as the course progresses.

Are there any additional costs?

Any additional materials must be bought at the participant’s expense.

Who teaches this course?

Kotryna Brazynskaite

Dates and times

  • April – July