A five-day workshop: cost £315. Please book using the Eventbrite link below or contact us on email@example.com for further information.
This course will guide students step-by-step through the process of making a painted portrait.
Starting with sketches in charcoal students will be taught the basics of portraiture, such as how to measure proportion to achieve a likeness. They will then learn how make a monochrome underpainting to determine the tonal values of the portrait. Finally they will learn to mix colours and create finished portraits in acrylics.
Working from a live model, students will make several finished portraits during the week, thereby practising and consolidating what they have learned. This course is suitable for students with some previous knowledge of drawing or painting.
All necessary materials will be provided and light lunches and refreshments will be available. Please notify us at time of booking if you have any dietary requirements.
Owen Normand is a Scottish figurative painter who trained at Edinburgh College of Art. He was winner of the prestigious BP Portrait Young Artist Award in 2013 and was named one of 15 emerging artists of great promise from around the world by Rebecca Wilson, Saatchi Art’s Chief Curator. He has had solo exhibitions in Berlin (2017), Kulmbach (2015) and Lisbon (2014) and has exhibited in group shows in London, New York, Berlin, Edinburgh and Glasgow. His work is held in private collections in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, The Netherlands, USA, Canada, Mexico, Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong.