3rd and 4th August 2013
Maximise your creative potential by drawing on the wealth of your imagination and memory. In this weekend workshop Andrew will take you through a natural process of visualisation exercises to create your own imaginative compositions. Working with charcoal we will also be developing technical skills in the class that will enhance your imagery through a greater understanding of line and tone study.
Andrew demonstrates ways to look inwards for a more personal imagery, through exercises using poetry, text, music and song as starting points, culminating in outstanding and unique black and white drawings – an engaging and very rewarding adventure.
Andrew Antoniou is a practicing artist represented by Australian Galleries in Sydney and Melbourne. He has over 35 years teaching experience in art schools and universities in Australia, the UK and the USA. He has been a finalist in many of the major drawing prizes in Australia, including being a seven times finalist in the Dobell as well as the Adelaide Perry, Jacaranda and Hutchins Drawing Prize. He has recently been awarded the Australian Print Council Commission and has had work purchased for the Kedumba Drawing Collection in 2013.
Cost: $350 gst included
Fee includes tutoring for two days, workshop materials, morning/afternoon tea, lunch catered for by Mates Gully, wine & cheese on Saturday night.
Contact Prue (02) 6931 0792