Date: Wed 13 Jan - Wed 17 Feb, 2021
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Tutor: Mick Kirkbride
Duration: 4 Weeks
Location: HSoA Virtual
Introducing you to the tools and techniques of watercolour painting with a focus on still life forms as well as personal projects, looking at the handling of perspective and architecture, nature and people, giving you historical and practical knowledge as well as introducing key historical works and artistic approaches. With guidance develop a variety of techniques and skills, a great class for beginners or the experienced student, within a virtual studio setting.
What's the format?
An interactive online art learning experience in your own home, with 3-hour weekly classes over 6 weeks delivered via Zoom by your tutor from the art school's spacious studios.
Painter and teacher Mick Kirkbride is a graduate of the Royal Academy Schools (1992-1995). He was Senior Lecturer in Visual Studies at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts from 1996 to 2011. In 2004 he was elected a member of The New English Art Club, becoming the Curator of its education programme in 2014 teaching a range of drawing classes at both The Mall Galleries Learning Centre and Heatherley’s School of Art. Mick has taught drawing and painting at all levels including postgraduate. For the past four years he has led a series of life-drawing classes and specialist workshops for the Royal Academy of Arts’ Academic Programme.
HSoA Virtual classes are delivered using Zoom. Access details will be provided on your receipt and are available via your account dashboard. They will also be emailed to you the day before or 1 hour before your class starts.
If you’re new to online learning, our Set Up Guide walks you through the steps to getting prepared for a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
A desktop PC/Mac, laptop or tablet with an up to date internet browser (ideally Google Chrome or Firefox) and Zoom installed, a good internet connection, well lit room and your materials.