Mon 15 May 7-9pm
$20 (cost covers charcoal, paper, eraser and fixative)
Class size: 20 people
Wear old clothes
Charcoal may be messy but it’s also a fascinating drawing medium that allows an artist to both add and subtract detail in the process of creating an artwork. In this two-hour workshop, you’ll experiment with willow and compressed charcoal as you draw a variety of objects before progressing to a portrait.
Join local artist Melinda Hunt and discover what you can create with this intriguing medium.
No drawing ability required… just a little courage.
Designer and artist Melinda Hunt has been running her own successful design studio, Pro Bono Publico, for more than a decade.
Melinda commenced a new chapter in her life this year, returning to the National Art School to hone her skills. See her art here: https://melinda.ink/ and be inspired by her journey at this workshop.
Register here for Melinda’s workshop.