If you have ever harboured a desire to be able to draw, or perhaps you are have just started and want to advance your skills then read on. On Sunday 12th September Wanstead artist Wendy D’Souza Daniels will be conducting a two hour drawing workshop at ‘eightyfour’ in Nightingale Lane as part of The Wanstead Art Trail.
The aim of this drawing workshop is to provide an opportunity to develop mark making and drawing skills. There will be a short demonstration, with participants being given personal guidance with approaches and techniques. Wendy’s expertise is to encourage a love and appreciation of art and particularly helping people discover and grow their skills.
This is an opportunity for beginners or those with some experience.
Pencils and materials provided. Bring your own sketchbook if you wish. 8 people max.
This workshop will be held at ‘eightyfour’, 84 Nightingale Lane, Wanstead, London E11 0208 530 1244. Sunday 12th September 1pm till 3pm the cost is £8:00
A little about Wendy:
Wendy is a London-based practicing artist with over 25 years experience, having worked in child and adult education until 2012.
She studied Medway College of Art and Design, as well as Christ Church College and Sir John Cass School of Art. A qualified designer, enameller, silversmith as well as working in acrylics and watercolours. Her work has been exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum and Goldsmith's Hall. She undertakes private commissions having sold work internationally. She has a large mural still on display, that was produced for Arts Olympiad in 2012.
The diversity in the work stems from her early days as an illustrator. However there is a continued sense of life and change in the artwork. Ideas for the work are based on nature and the environment around her; colour line and fluid forms are integral to the work especially painting and working in precious metal.
Wendy has been working on a variety of her own personal projects and private commissions.
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