GREAT NEWS : Classes returning 14.09. 2021.
2021 EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING
Every Tuesday 19.00-21.00 hours.
2021 : VIEWPOINT : location drawing and painting Date TBA
2021 : PRIVATE art sessions, individually tailored to meet your specific requirements : please ask for details . . .
one to one teaching, either conveniently situated in studio3 at ARTSPACE in PORTSMOUTH or in the comfort of your own home.
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HOW TO BOOK ONTO A COURSE
STEP 1 : RESERVE A PLACE email email@example.com
STEP 2 : CONFIRM : and pay £100 deposit – please contact us at the following address :
ADMIN ADDRESS : Chris N Wood, Studio, 3 ArtSpace Portsmouth, 27 Brougham Rd, SOUTHSEA PO5 4PA HAMPSHIRE UK
STEP 3. Pay the remainder 14 days before the workshop begins
BAC’s PAYMENTS : email for details : firstname.lastname@example.org
CANCELLATIONS : Refunds are only given up to 14 days before the commencement of a course.
FEES : you can either get a Discounted Price and pay £210 up front for 10 weeks OR two instalments of £115.
If you are over 65 we offer a concessionary price for the first five people who sign up for the course £175 OR TWO instalments OF £95. If you are number six on the list sadly the fees are £210 .
DROP IN LIFE DRAWING : regrettably we are unable to do this at the moment.
EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING WORKSHOP
I have delivered Life Drawing sessions, for over 25 years, to complete beginners, professional artists and many university lecturers. My students have gone on to become highly successful artists & designers and quite a few of them are now art teachers, illustrators, animators and concept artists !
The Experimental Life Drawing Workshop is a very popular course – often selling out before the start of the term – so avoid disappointment and please book early.
TEACHING VENUE : THE OMEGA CENTRE, OMEGA STREET, PORTSMOUTH, PO5 4LP
DAY/TIME : TUESDAY 19.00-21.00 hrs
TERM 1 : MEDIA & TECHNIQUES
TERM 2 : FORM & SCALE
TERM 3 : MIXED MEDIA / CONCEPTS : STARTS
image © Chris N Wood All rights reserved 2018
EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING WORKSHOP: AUTUMN 2021
Session 1. 14.09.21:
Session 2. 21.08.21
Session 3. 28.09.21
Session 4. 05.10.21
Session 5. 12.10.21
HALF TERM 16th – 31st OCTOBER
Session 6. 02.11.2
Session 7. 09.11.21
Session 8. 16.11.21
Session 9. 23.11.21
Session 10. 30.11.21
SPRING TERM 2022
session 1. 04.01.22
session 2. 11.01.22
session 3 18.01.22
session 4. 25.01.22
session 5. 01.02.22
session 6 08.02.22
HALF TERM 12th – 20th FEB
session 7. 22.02.22
session 8. 01.03.22
session 9. 08.03.22
EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING : SUMMER TERM
session 1. DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
EARLY SPRING BANK HOLIDAY
EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING :
Preferred method of payment is by :
I BACS payment – email email@example.com for details
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND !
“viewPOINT : LOCATION drawing and painting “
Explore LOCATION drawing & painting in the ARBORETUM
at STANSTEAD HOUSE, Standsted Park, Havant, Hampshire PO9 6DX
Attractions Include :
Magnificent TREE COLLECTION from around the world.
Pavilion Tea Rooms
Dutch Walled Garden,
STANSTEAD Farm Shop (open 10-4pm)
Garden Centre and STANSTEAD Boookstore
PRICE still only £125
2021 DATE TBA
09.30 : Meet in the Garden Centre car park.
10.00 : WALK & talk St Paul’s Chapel & The Servants Quarters.
10.30 : Short Talk by Chris Wood in the education room
11.00 : DRAWING in the DUTCH WALLED GARDEN
12.00 : PAINTING in the Arboretum
13.00 : Lunch in the Pavilion tea rooms / en plein air
14.00 : PAINTING in the Lower Arboretum
16.00 : Debrief in Pavilion Tea Rooms
16.30 : end of session
CONTINGENCY : If the weather is less than kind we will take our inspiration from the fantastic INTERIOR of the Servants Hall, HISTORIC Kitchens and The Pavilion Tea Room.
CLOTHING : The day includes walking in wet grass – stout comfortable shoes and warm clothing is essential.
Materials : BRING OWN drawing and painting materials.
REFRESHMENTS are not included but there are some excellent tea, cakes and light lunches available on site – otherwise bring a flask and plenty of sandwiches !
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“viewPOINT” : Contemporary Approaches To Location Painting and Drawing”
DATE TBA (9.30-4.30pm) will run from the Arboretum at Stansted Park.
The arcadian Aboretum has a remarkable tree collection from around the world and we are looking forward to seeing you all again soon
“indART”, exploring iconic examples of industrial archeology,
architecture and other unique man made motifs.
2021 DATES TBA Two fantastic venues that proved very popular are, THE ROYAL ARMOURIES, Fort Nelson and the Southwick Steam Brewery.
This Mixed Media course gives students a unique opportunity to draw and paint the last Victorian Steam Brewery in the country.
Fort Nelson is part of a massive ring of brick, masonry and earth forts; it was built to provide the ﬁre power to deter an enemy attack on Portsmouth from inland. Portsmouth was Britain’s premier naval dockyard, building and maintaining warships that were vital to the defense of Britain and her growing empire. Portsmouth faced the new French dockyard at Cherbourg, only a short 130 km (81 mile) journey for new steam-powered warships. The threat was not simply a direct naval assault. It was feared that a French invasion force might land elsewhere, occupy Portsdown Hill and ﬁre their new, long-range guns to attack Portsmouth below from its landward side. However, despite strong words, the French did not steam across the Channel. By the time the Palmerston forts were completed, France had been humiliated by war with Prussia in 1870. Never used against invaders, the angular forts dominating the chalk ridge of Portsdown were soon called ‘Palmerston’s Follies’. Fort Nelson and the other Portsdown forts had cost a fortune to build. They were one of the biggest defenses ever built in Britain.
More exciting news later !
Chris – Send me an email, so we can catch up. All the best. Martin
email winging its way to you ! Best Wishes chris : ) }
Hi Chris – I worked for you at Yachtmail Chandlery in the late 80’s, I wonder, did you ever finish the rebuild of the little gaff sailing boat? Ben Curtis
Hi Ben – it’s a long story and an even longer restoration ! I left Yachtmail and went back to being an artist and lecturer and have had very little time to spend on the boat which is now at Tipner on the outskirts of Portsmouth. One day I’ll finish the project and go sailing again but it seems a long way off ! Good to hear from u – what are you doing now ? C
Hi Chris, thanks for the reply, get that boat finished! I went on a Flemming 55 to Norway working for the owner, came home and studied engineering at university, I now work in Havant in the electronics industry which is terribly dull. However! for the last 11 years I have owned a Fairey Huntsman 28, I also have a 1930 built wooden racing motorboat built at Hythe by British Powerboat Company, wooden boats and in particular motorboats are my weakness. Married to the very patient Lorna, we live in Hamble.
A voice from the past Chris it’s Dee and I too used to work for you! I have been living in Glos and Somerset but finally back home in New Forest, Sway! My Husband died three years ago and have got together with my old flame who worked in Lymington Haven boatyard Chandlery whilst I was at Yachtmail!!!! I remember your Project boat and how we always questioned when it would be finished, well guess what, my partner has a small folkboat business in Milford, he is a shipwright and ha, ha, we too, have a folkboat project!!!, would love to hear from you to exchange fond memories down in Hamble! P.S. I still have one of your fantastic nautical Christmas cards, so are you famous yet and is it worth anything????????????
Hi Dee, its great to hear from you ! Sorry to hear about your husband (was that Hugh?). As for my boat – and you will find this very amusing – I still haven’t finished her !! Things just keep getting in the way and rather than getting on and rebuilding boats – I paint them instead and people pay me good money for it too !! I’m pleased to hear you have a man, not only with one Folkboat but a folkboat business. It would be great to catch up – we are only down the road – so to speak ! Hang onto that xmas card – they are rare commodities. Take care and all the very best Chris x
Hi Chris, I am interested in Life drawing/oil painting, or any figurative work, do you have any spaces on any of your courses, I can make most days.
Look forward to hearing from you
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