Life Drawing with Jordan Cook 






‘I loved Jordan's classes. They were so expertly planned and delivered. Fun and easy to follow, enabling us all to progress in our own styles and to succeed in producing pleasing work every week. I'm definitely on for the next course!’     Avril Snow,  first time drawing from the life model. 

'Life drawing with Jordan is a friendly and informative opportunity to expand on skills and start the journey of drawing the nude figure. This challenges our preconceptions and taps into creative channels, not readily in use for most of us in our daily lives. After a challenging time of the pandemic, life drawing with Jordan ignited a creative flame in me and I began to dream vividly again, regaining the confidence and enthusiasm that only creative experimentation can achieve.'

February 2024
Taster session 20th February 6.00 - 8.30pm
£25.00
Regular classes starting 27th February onwards to 2nd April  6.00 - 8.30pm
6 Sessions  
£140.00  

Ages 16+ 

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A dynamic 6-week Life Drawing class facilitated by artist Jordan Cook, Royal Drawing School Alumni and Tutor. Working directly from the model, we will break down various approaches to drawing the figure in the life room. Each week a different life model will be present, alternating from short to longer sustained poses. There will be a quiet, concentrated atmosphere in the life room, perfect for sharpening our observational drawing skills. All levels are welcome, including beginners!
There will be several breaks throughout the evening with free tea, coffee and biscuits provided.
Materials.
Easels, drawing boards and charcoal are provided in the studio for no fee. Please bring your own paper. I advise A2/A1 size paper; however, this is totally up to you. You are also welcome to bring your own materials to work with (no oil paints).
I recommend experimenting with all kinds of drawing materials throughout the course. This could be:
- Coloured Pencils
- Watercolours
- Graphite Stick
- Compressed charcoal
- Ink and ink pens/ reeds
- Oil or soft pastels. I also recommend bringing your own rubber, masking tape and bulldog clips to attach your paper to the drawing board.
I hope that you can join us, Jordan