Portraiture Workshop by Scott Bridgwood

Portraiture Workshop by Scott Bridgwood

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9th February 2014 - 10.00am - 4.00pm

Venue: Sock Gallery

The Second in a series of workshops held at Sock Gallery, Portraiture by Scott Bridgwood.

We will see how Portraiture is a learnable skill.  Via a series of short and long poses we will address different ways of ‘looking,’ addressing issues such as ‘subjective distortion’ and ‘feature symbols’. Through group discussions and one to one tuition participants will receive practical advice on everything from looking at anatomy, capturing personality and lighting a portrait.The latter half of the session will be more concerned with light and a variety of drawing techniques,Leading up to, a longer, more sustained pose. The tutor will accompany each pose with examples of his own work to illustrate, explain and inspire. The workshop is open to all levels of ability.  

Scott Bridgwood is a figurative painter, currently based in Leicester. He graduated from Chelsea Art College in Fine Art Painting in 1991. After exhibiting around London, at a range of venues including The ICA and Westminster Gallery, he moved to Rome, where he painted and taught at the BCI (British Cultural Institute) for 8 years. Over the last several years he has exhibited and sold widely across the Midlands and won various prizes, including the prestigious Windsor and Newton, First Place at Patchings and  1st prize at 'Art in Lyddington' and in 2012 ; 'The Sock Gallery Open, Loughborough and also WindowsOn 1st prize. He is currently teaching life drawing at 'EmbraceArts' Leicester University and Rawlins College, Quorn.

£50.00 per person, limited availability
10am-4pm, including a 30 minute break. Tea and cakes are included.
Easel and paper provided

You will need to bring:
Sticks of charcoal, a range of pencils, masking tape, an eraser and a drawing board to put your work on.

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