Tuesday or Thursday courses to choose from
This class is intended for students who generally work in traditional media: watercolours, acrylics, oils, pastels, charcoal, pencils, pen & ink, felt-tips, markers, collage, etc .
It is organised around two ‘streams’ which students can choose to participate as it suits them week-to-week.
One, a ‘self-directed’ stream with ‘one-to-one’ tuition for students who bring their own projects in with them to progress in class and where they can avail of advice and mentoring on an individual basis; and another ‘taught-stream’ where some of the fundamentals of ‘picture-making’ will be taught, ie. fundamentals of drawing; light and shade; colour theory and practice; pictorial composition; perspective; portraits; drawing the figure, elements of landscape; selecting a subject for one’s stage of development, lessons from great artists, etc.
The latter stream will involve some tutor demonstrations, in-class exercises, and out-of-class exercises the student may wish to continue learning with in their own time. Use of photography and digital images as an aide to ‘flat’ (or relief) art making is also included
Course Day & Time: WHEN ENROLLING CHOOSE FROM EITHER
Tuesday Evenings Course 7.30 – 9.30pm
Thursday Evening Course 7.30 – 9.30pm
Start Date: 20/09/22 for Tuesday class
22/09/22 for Thursday class
Course Format: In class with tutor
Duration: 10 weeks – Maximum of 12 students in class
Enrolment: You can enrol online by clicking on the Easy Payments Plus button. Enrolment will begin on the 2nd of August.
Tutor: John O Flynn
John gained degrees in Applied Drawing and Illustration at Harrow School of Art and a degree and masters in Architecture at UCD. His has worked in commercial illustration, architectural illustration, as an interior designer and architect as well as completing various painting commissions for commercial clients, and private commissions. He exhibits regularly with the Dublin Painting & Sketching Club and takes part in ad hoc exhibitions. He enjoys painting out of doors, and works in the realist tradition. using mostly oils, watercolours, charcoal and pen & ink.
His website is www.johnoflynnartist.com; Instagram : johnoflynnartist.