During the three days we will explore aspects of still life using a range of mixed media. The three days will allow exploration of still life using mixed media which will include tuition in drawing, painting and printing. Our courses are delivered in small groups which allows all ranges of ability to progress under one to one tuition.
10th - 12th July 2012, starting at 10am we will break for a lunch and work through until 4pm each day.
The course fee excludes materials. Materials can be provided for an additional £10. In this way beginners do not have to buy materials that they may not need, and are not committed for a materials fee once they have bought their own materials. A suggested materials list can be found here.
If you have any further questions regarding this course or require advice in choosing the right course for you please feel free to email The Cheltenham School of Art at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07522 003 024.
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Cheltenham School of Fine Art
Classes and workshops are offered in fine art drawing, painting, sculpture and basic print – day or weekends, courses or one-off sessions. Cheltenham Fine Art aims to promote fine art practice to art lovers and artists of all levels. We are proud to offer a supportive and energetic tutoring environment which provides art education and a social experience for our students.
With a course at CFA you can be sure that you will develop the confidence and knowledge to carry on with your artistic endeavors during and beyond the taught session.
Courses are run by practicing artists and fine art graduates with varied experience and backgrounds. Think about a course with us as an investment in yourself; a Saturday session might create an interest, while an 8-10 week course will deepen your passion.
CFA car park and entrance between 13 and 14 St George’s Street.
Normandy House is an iconic building in the heart of Cheltenham by the bowling green on Ambrose Street and the Frog and Fiddle pub. The front facade on the High Street is an 1830′s Cotswold stone building and the access to CFA is NOT at the front but is via the car park entrance on St George’s Street.
So if you are facing the front of Normandy House turn to the right and go towards the High Street shops and take the first left which is St. George’s Street. After 200m between the houses at 13 and 14 there is a vehicle entrance into the car park.
When facing the back of Normandy House we are through the right-hand side. If the door is locked please use the intercom to be let in. Go up the staircase and CFA are on the third floor.