Landscape Painting with LFAS

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It is just the weather for being outside – finally!  LFAS artists are looking forward to painting in the park with Ann tomorrow and every Thursday throughout the Summer Term. Term began on 18 April but if you are keen to sign up there will be a short Landscape Painting Course, 25-29 July, £350.  To book email […]

Mall Galleries visits LFAS

Last Wednesday Elli Koumousi, Head of Education and Cultural Strategy for the Mall Galleries joined us to explain a little about their history and initiatives to support artists in their professional development. A great talk and resounding message: “don’t be shy – apply, apply, apply!” With this in mind a handful of lucky artists were given free […]

The Vitruvian Man

Over the last week I have been brushing up on my knowledge of the human anatomy; quite ironic given that I opted out of Biology GCSE and swore never to return to the subject again.   I did not anticipate that I would become a yoga teacher, nor the Director of a Fine Art School […]

Art fettered, fetters the human race

  Poetry fettered, fetters the human race. Nations are destroyed or flourish in proportion as their poetry, painting, and music are destroyed or flourish.   William Blake     London Fine Art Studios, based in Battersea, is part of a long history of atelier training and has an on-going commitment to classical art courses and […]

Classical skills that go hand-in-hand

This week started with, amongst other things, a conversation on the news about media bartering. A grosso modo it referenced the way in which large organisations are cutting marketing costs through in-kind exchange. Swapping goods and services for promotional opportunity or something similar is hardly a new concept, and it is certainly prevalent amongst many […]

Newsletter November 2015

Spring Term: 11 January – 24 March 2016 Applications open, contact: info@londonfineartstudios.com View this email in your browser A spectacular launch for London Fine Art Studios We were delighted to partner with Leighton House Museum to deliver a wonderful evening in the company of Simon Schama, marking at the same time the publication of his new book […]

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