This 4 week course for adults is an introduction to art practices that many artists use to fuel their imagination and boost the quality and quantity of artistic output. You will learn the importance of keeping your own visual ideas through journaling and sketchbooks. Develop your confidence by becoming more familiar with your own visual expression and expand your curiosity through creative practices.
In the first lesson you will complete your own hand made personal artist book that you can develop and add to throughout the four week course. You will experiment with a variety of papers qualities and learn to identify the papers that you prefer for the specific materials and outcomes. Learn to observe and explore techniques with a variety of mixed media including pencil, acrylic paint, inks and watercolour paints. This course is designed to help you identify the techniques that open new pathways for your own personal creative flow. The course is designed to suit students with all skill levels, even beginners, as well as students who have recently completed our Writing and Illustrating a Children's Picture Book Course and would like to further expand their knowledge of art practice. All materials are included with the course.
About our presenter and facilitator:
The course is presented and facilitated by established children's book author and illustrator, Anne Ryan. Holding a qualification in Diploma of Illustration, Anne has taught across all levels of education from early childhood to tertiary programs.
Anne's list of published books include, ‘Sybil Investigates’ and ‘Sybil TV Journalist‘ ( Black Dog Books) written by Carole Wilkinson, "Unforeseen Circumstances" (Lothian Books), in which she wrote and illustrated, and "Shadowcat" written by Julia Louise.
Anne has just returned from the second year in a row from the International Bologna Children’s Book Fair in Italy where she worked on the creator’s table as an illustrator, showcasing her latest works at the Australian Stand.
Topics covered in this course:
Journaling and visual diary processes
Creating an artist book
Explore paper qualities
Explore colour through a variety of mediums including pencil, coloured inks and acrylic paints
Explore texture and mixed media techniques
Personal development of artistic themes, developing creative processes
Observing and Responding to visual expression
Editing and reviewing personal expression
Collaborative feedback/responding of shared work in a supportive environment
- Explore and expand your artistic curiosity through hands on art practice
- Learn how to develop artistic themes and creative process
- Experiment with colours through a variety of art mediums
- Your very own handmade visual journal
- All materials are included with the course
- Learn from published children's book author and illustrator, Anne Ryan. www.anneryan.com.au
- All materials are included with the course
Vendor since 2016
Malvern School of Art offers established visual art programs in Creative Drawing, Illustration and Sculpture, with classes catering to children, teens and adults . Our boutique art school is located in a spacious, light-filled mid-century building along the vibrant thoroughfare of Glenferrie Road. We base our teaching on the individual development and skills of each student in a structured yet flexible art curriculum that is transformative and progressive. Through the engaging and resourceful teaching methods, students fully explore and express their own artistic creativity, skills and style to realise each of their full potential.
Malvern School of Art is owned and facilitated by award winning children's book author and illustrator,
Tull Suwannakitr (www.TullSuwannakit.net)
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In the event that a class is cancelled, students will be notified via text message or email and entitled to a full refund or credit.
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