Mon, Jan 17|
Lunenburg Art Gallery
Drawing The Nude - Drawing Class
Pick up your pencil again and join me for a transformative drawing experience. A stress-free, four weeks of learning, fun and drawing the nude!
Time & Location
Jan 17, 2022, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Lunenburg Art Gallery, 194b Lincoln St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0, Canada
About the event
Looking to loosen up your drawing? Or better connect your hand to your eye? Maybe you're just intereted in drawing the figure...
During this class we will rethink and expand your ways of drawing, loosen up and reconnect your hand to your eye.
Join me for a weekly drawing class at the Lunenburg Art Gallery. We will start from the very beginning and rethink our methods. You will practice and develop a variety of techniques - gesture, contour, modelled form drawing and more!
This class is for anybody who has picked up a pencil and is interested in drawing (17+). Each week you will draw from a live nude model - an experience every artist should have. I will be there to assist you, guide you and teach you to learn how to draw.
I know walking into a drawing class can be intimidating (I’ve done it hundreds of times and it still makes me anxious) but this class is all about practice, making mistakes and enjoying the process, come draw with me!
Open up and try these practices and techniques that'll influence all your future art making.
January 24th, 31th, Feb 7th, 21st - (6:30 - 8:30)
Your investment: $110.00
Materials list provided
Only 10 spots available!
Join me for a stress-free, four weeks of learning, fun and drawing :)
Drawing the Nude
Your ticket includes four weeks of learning, fun and drawing in a relaxed, stress-free environment. Snacks and refreshments will also be provided$110.00
About the Artist
When Chanelle discovered the power of her own mind, energy and emotions, her artwork began changing the lives of highly sensitive people throughout the world.
Through her paintings, retreats and teachings, Chanelle has made it her mission to connect others with their hearts and show them what can be possible - something she is intimately familiar with after closing off her light at age 12.
Her subject matter focuses on themes that connect nature, everyday observation and healing through her use of blind contour methods. She creates her line drawings without looking at the paper as a daily practice of meditation and mindfulness. Her intimate and honest work helps people live with intention and feel deeply seen.
She is a graduate of Concordia University (Montreal, QC) with a BFA in Studio Arts and a minor in Environmental Geology (2021), author/illustrator of My Nova Scotia Cookbook (2018) and host of the yearly, Finding Awe Within the Ordinary Retreat.
Her work has been shown at Museo Bellini (Florence, Italy) and most recently, she was accepted as the Lunenburg School of the Arts, 2023 Artist-in-Residence.
Jefferson’s pieces are held within the private collections of Pete Luckett and the MacKay-Lyons family.