Gesture and Anatomy looks at the figure as a machine whose parts are shaped by a particular function.
Mondays 1- 4pm – 10-weeks £375
Term dates & prices here.
The course Covers deconstructing the body into three dimensional forms. Gesture and Anatomy is understanding of the relation between form and function so that the student is able to apply this across artistic disciplines.
Returning students focus on internalising an understanding of the human form so as to execute quick gestural drawings.
At the beginning of term students will need to buy a box of charcoal, chamois (fabric for erasing) and generals pencils available from Lavender Hill Colours.
Recommended Further Studies:
We encourage students to compliment their studies by taking the time to visit exhibitions and practice sketching in museums. In addition, the Studios host a range of events throughout the term aimed at enhancing the artist’s understanding of their craft and the tradition that they are working within.
We recommend the following books available from Lavender Hill Colours.
Henry Yan’s Figure Drawing Techniques and Tips – Henry Yan
Drawing the Female Form – G.B. Bridgman & Ben Pinchot
The Human Machine – G.B. Bridgman
The Human Figure – John H. Vanderpoel
Die Gestalt des Menschen – Gottfried Bammes
You may also be interested in: