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Exploring Drawing 1: Make your Mark!

So, you say you can’t draw but you would secretly like to have a go?

Or you like to dabble in drawing but haven’t gone further into it?

You’d like to try different ways of drawing but don’t have the tools?

You’d like to have a go but don’t have time to source the equipment for the workshop?

You like to draw and would like to devote the day to it?

If this is you, you’re invited to come along to Tina Clayton’s one day introduction to drawing workshop.

FacilitatorTina Frost Clayton (Dip Teach. Master Art Therapy WSU)

Venue - Tanilba Foreshore Hall, Tanilba Avenue, Tanilba Bay

When – 10.00am – 4.00pm      Sunday October 16 2022

Cost - $65

Brief description of workshop:

In this workshop you will be gently guided through a variety of drawing skills and techniques, including expressive as well as observational drawing. You will join in drawing games designed to assist you develop confidence to draw and develop your creative expression through making art. This is a fun day where you will be making marks and drawing with a variety of tools, including: graphite, pencils, crayons, charcoal, pastels, brush and paint.  You will see your own personal style emerging and developing. You will take home lots of small drawing exercises and a couple of larger drawings, and hopefully a lot of new skills and happy memories of your creative day exploring drawing. If you like a good laugh, trying something different, then this workshop is for you!

Supplied: All workshop equipment is supplied and included, just bring yourself, painting shirt/apron, morning tea and lunch, water bottle and your curiosity.

Tina Frost Clayton

Tina Clayton is a visual artist residing at Mallabula, Port Stephens. She works in many mediums including watercolour, chalk pastel, charcoal, oil pastel, acrylics, printmaking, ink, graphite and mixed media.

In 2003 Tina was awarded the inaugural artist/teacher in residence at Riversdale, courtesy of Arthur Boyd and The Bundanon Trust where she lived and painted in Arthur Boyd’s Riversdale Studio for three wonderful weeks.

Tina’s art is held at The Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame in Longreach, Queensland where her drawing was selected to honour the rural women of Australia. Her art is in private collections throughout Australia, United Kingdom, Canada and the USA.

 For many years Tina worked as an art educator for Operation Art; a combined project for the NSW Dept of Education and The Westmead Children’s Hospital. She workshopped students and schoolteachers in the Regional Art Galleries of Maitland, Wollongong, Penrith and Cowra.

Tina is a qualified Art Therapist, achieving a Master of Art Therapy from Western Sydney University in 2016.

Tina has taught drawing and creativity workshops to adults and children throughout her long teaching career, in galleries, schools, and privately.