Looking for ways to take time to yourself, relaxing and getting creative? Then come along for this still-life drawing session, where you will be guided in the art of drawing a range of interesting objects!
This visually engaging and relaxing drawing session provides the perfect opportunity for people of all levels to momentarily unplug from the world and tune into a creative space.
Whether you would like to hone your existing skills, quiet a busy mind or try something completely new, this is the perfect opportunity to do just that.
Natural and man-made objects will be arranged on white wooden plinths, with a focus on colour, shape and form as your host Lauren guides you through the evening.
What to expect:
You don't need to be an experienced artist to enjoy this experience: come along and get creative under the expert guidance of your host, Lauren.
Age restrictions: 16+
|Adult (16 or over)||£12|
Lauren was such a great, relaxed but encouraging teacher, especially for someone like myself who’...
Me and my son had a really fantastic evening. It was calming, great to do something new. We didn’...
Lauren was such a great, relaxed but encouraging teacher, especially for someone like myself who’s not drawn for quite some time. It was a really great class and I will definitely be booking again
Me and my son had a really fantastic evening. It was calming, great to do something new. We didn’t feel rushed or ‘not good enough’ as neither of us draw often at all. We would definitely recommend it to others. Lauren was so lovely. Very warm and welcoming. She was patient and engaging. Thank you Lauren x
Please arrive on time to make the most of the session. The entrance is on the side street (Greenbank Ave E) and free residential parking is available on neighbouring streets.
Lauren Maria Hill is a visual artist from Bristol, working across painting, object and image making.
Lauren has taken part in community-based projects, held participatory exhibitions, and painted at Upfest – Europe's largest street art festival. More recently, she has extended her practice to offer creative workshops and experiences to the public called 'studio sessions'.
Lauren currently hosts 'Studio sessions: drawing from life' fortnightly on Wednesday evenings at the beautiful Fresh Dance & Arts Centre in Greenbank, BS5. This is not your average drawing class; the still life arrangements change each week with seasonal themes displayed on handmade wooden plinths. This is an opportunity to momentarily unplug from the world and create something unique.
Lauren is a visual artist working across painting, object and image making. Her work encourages thought in others, characterised by the study of people and the manufactured world.
Ask your question directly to Lauren Maria Hill.