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Lockdown 3. Competition 6.

For our last lockdown competition, we asked our students to send us a couple of paintings or drawings which they felt represented what they’d learnt at the studios. It could be a cast drawing, portrait, figure or landscape and it didn’t have to have been created at the studios. Thank you to all those who participated in the last competition. We have been so impressed by all of the drawings and paintings which have been submitted over the last 6 weeks. Well done all!…

Traditional portrait courses
Classical portrait courses

By Cristina

Traditional portrait training
representational art courses

By Toby

Classical art training

By Elisabeth



London evening art courses
London Oil painting courses
Part time art courses
London evening art courses
Saturday art courses London
Classical art courses

By Donna

Representational art atelier


By Donna

London oil painting courses


London atelier

By Inca

By Judy

Drawing courses London

By Valentina

Battersea art training

By Maddie

Traditional atelier


Sketching courses London


Classical painting classes


Battersea Saturday art courses


sketching courses London
Representational art courses


London art training



Flower painting

Cristina is this week’s winner

 Cristina has been studying at the studios for a number of years and has recently caught the flower painting bug! She regularly attends Nneka’s still life classes and she submitted her lovely painting as she feels that it represents her biggest achievement of painting roses.

Many congratulations Cristina!

see all competition winners


Lola’s cris de coeur…

I am Lola, a 21 years old French art addict. I joined London Fine Arts Studios from August to November 2020. Ann, Scott and all the team welcomed me right away. I took the evening classes on Mondays and Tuesdays with Sam and Joni where I learned a lot about the techniques used at the studios, in both oil painting and charcoal drawing.

I worked in the shop before the classes. I also did a variety of different tasks to help out in the studios. I met really nice people and joyfully became part of something great. Everyone there is passionate about art of course, but most of all everyone is willing to make you feel at home, whether you are a beginner or not, or if you are at the studios for a long time or not. I loved the mood of that place and warmly recommend it to anyone who wants to work or study there.

I had to leave London because of Covid-19, but I am willing to continue drawing and painting for a long time. When I paint, I do my best to apply what I have learned and enjoy it more and more. I hope I will be able to come back soon to live some more adventures at London Fine Arts Studios.