Birds & Bones

What to Bring

  • Any of your favourite drawing materials.

What to Wear

  • Casual (Warning: It might get messy)

Birds & Bones

About This Class

Class Schedule

  • Tuesday, 29 September 2015, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

What You Will Learn

  • Learn drawing methods that can be used as a study medium for painting or to create artworks in their own right.
  • Learn how drawing tonal works can be applied to the painting process.
  • Learn to enhance your creativity while having fun!

What You Get

  • Animal skulls and full human skeleton to draw.
  • Taxidermy crow to draw.
  • Paper, pencils, charcoal & kneadable eraser.

Description

Acclaimed Sydney street artist George “APESEVEN” Hambov is holding a 2 hour masterclass on observational drawing involving his favourite subject matter “Birds & Bones”. Delve into the not often seen divine architecture of birds and bones – exploring surfaces, structure, light and texture through the medium of drawing.

We will explore drawing methods that can be used as a study medium for painting or to create artworks in their own right.

The class will conclude with an aerosol painting demonstration to exhibit how drawing tonal works can be applied to the painting process.

About George "APESEVEN" Hambov

Apeseven is a Sydney based artist who has painted and exhibited  murals and fine art internationally for the past 12 years.

George Hambov aka Apeseven grew up in the 1980’s Sydney skateboard scene. Spending most of his time exploring industrial areas,  he grew up on a healthy dose of anime, skateboard graphicst and graffiti. Apeseven predominantly approaches work with a street art perspective with an underpinning of recontextualization. Freehand aerosol and traditional brush techniques are evident with works primarily incorporating mixed media (acrylics, aerosol, inks, found paper and objects.)

Apeseven’s current works focus on complex bio-feedback driven loops involving skeletal structures.

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