Last days of Summer and Autumn’s plans begin to hatch

Just a short message from the team today as we are ensconced in glorious North Wales on our painting holiday. All is going well, everyone is getting along famously and paintings are beginning to appear. We are lucky to have been offered a fabulous private estate for the week, usually used for shooting parties, which has landscape in every direction so the logistics are easier this year, we can just walk out and paint.


Setting out – a painter heads off to find a spot to paint after breakfast

In one week’s time our Autumn term will begin and we will be welcoming new artists and old friends back to the studio as we all endeavour to be better artists. If you have yet to sign up for a course there may still be one or two places left.

We are also launching our updated website in the next couple of weeks so if you visit the website and it all looks a bit Dutch, that’ll be why. We will have an enhanced bookings system for all of our groups which we hope will make the admin a little smoother and a cleaner look and feel


The Introduction to Life Drawing course is now full but you may still reserve a place for next term, starting in January.

There are however still places on our Intermediate Life Drawing course on Tuesday evenings from the 17th September, which is the natural follow on if you’ve completed our Introduction to Life Drawing. You can read more about this course and Sign up here


Thursday evenings drop-in summer life drawing has ended now so there will be no session this evening.

Tuesday Afternoon Short Pose Drop-in Life Drawing
1.00pm-4.00pm

Arnold will be our model this Tuesday for short athletic poses.

Whilst the session runs for three hours it is possible to attend one, two or three hours, as works for you. Joining or leaving the group happens promptly on the hour. There is a tutor available although the group is officially untutored.

Cost £5 for one hour, £10 for two hours or £15 for three.
Tea and cake £1

Wednesday Drop-in long pose untutored
10.00am-1.00pm

Final week with Stephanie seated in a wicker chair.

Cost £15 no need to book, just turn up. £1 for coffee and biscuits at 11.30am
Read more here

Wednesday Afternoon Drop-in Portraiture
2.00pm -5.00pm

Second week with Sugar who has an unconventional look having dispensed with eyebrows and having a straight fringe with shaved sides. A striking face that is fun to paint.

Cost £20 no need to book, just turn up. Tea and cake £1

This is a drop-in group for those wanting to work on their portraiture. If you haven’t been for a while would you fill in the form and read more here so that we can keep the numbers manageable.

Thursday Evening Drop-in Short Pose Untutored
7.30-9.30pm

Just to remind you that the summer drop-in life drawing has ended for this year and we will be continuing with our Introduction to Life Drawing next week, so the studio will be dark this week.

Friday Drop-in Long pose untutored
1.00-4.00pm

The second week of a pose with model and performance artist Agnieska.

Cost £15, no need to book, just turn up. £1 for tea and cake at 3.30pm
More info here

Saturday Drop-in Long Pose Untutored Life Drawing and Painting
10.00am-1.00pm

The last week with Rebecca sitting cross legged, here is one from Chatty Allen:

Cost £15 – no need to book, just turn up. £1 for coffee and biscuits at 11.30am

Regards

Alison and Simon

Dulwich Art Group Organisers
Alison on 07968 063523
Simon on 07704 450169
Our venue is at 4a Champion Hill SE5 8AH you can find out how to get there here

Quick links to our educational courses here:

Clare HawardPainting in oils on Mondays and Monday Evenings
Skills Part One: The Elements of Drawing on Tuesday Mornings
Life Drawing: Intermediate Life Drawing – chief tutor Simon Dunstan Tuesday Evenings
Alex Tzavaras: Introduction to painting from life on Tuesday Evenings
Alex Tzavaras: Portrait class on Wednesday evenings
David Sawyer: Landscape Painting on Thursdays
An Introduction to Life Drawing with Alison Packer and Simon Dunstan is on Thursday evenings
Skills Part Two: Introducing Oil Painting on Friday Mornings