Beginners Learn to Draw Classes

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Come and join us in our weekly art classes suitable for total beginners!

In our classes, we specialise in teaching Total Beginners.

Our approach to teaching is quite different from most art schools as we use a specific picture as a means to teach you lots of techniques, such as drawing techniques, applying layers, composition, problem solving, applying realistic detail and lots of tips that we have gathered or developed over the past 30 years.

All of this with step by step instructions in a small class with two tutors so you get lots of one on one attention means you can easily learn these techniques no matter if you don't have any natural art talent or experience.

Once you have these techniques you can then use them on your own artworks at home where you will gain confidence by developing your own drawings.

And the bonus is that you get to take home a drawing that will impress your family and friends and good enough to put straight up on the wall!

Together we make sure your art experience is fun and positive with lots of encouragement and patience. You will get lots of support after hours and during the classes. Your success is very important to us.

Mediums you can expect to use are Pencil, Charcoal, Oil Pastels, Pen, Coloured Pencils.

Your first term with us will be learning to draw Portraits in pencil.

6 Week terms - 3 hour classes - $300 + $38 for art stationery for new students Or email - moorefinearts@gmail.com

Dates & Times

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LocationReyburn House Art Gallery, 32 Reyburn House Lane, Town Basin, Whangarei
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Venue details

Address32 Reyburn House Lane, Town Basin
Phone09 438 3074
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About this Venue

Built between 1865 and 1875, Whangarei's historic Reyburn House is the oldest existing early settler home situated along the Hatea River.

Recently renovated, the House now functions as an art gallery administered by the Northland Society of Arts. There is a monthly programme showing work by both national and local artists.