David Newman-White returns to Rosby in 2022 for a 1-day workshop aimed at exploring the human nude from a life nude model using a range of pastel-based mediums. You’ll be guided through a number of drawing techniques to draw the human figure in pastel pencils and then pastels. This is an Atelier Style of drawing session with a range of poses short and long to increase proficiency at life drawing or as an introduction. Suitable for all skill levels and is open to all.
The workshop caters to all levels of artistic experience – from beginners wanting to try something new, to proficient artists.
$150pp. Bookings essential. Price is inclusive of materials, complimentary lunch + Rosby wine.
Limited numbers per workshop. For more information + bookings contact Rosby directly.
- Pitt Pastel or Conte pencils: Earth tones: Sanguine 188, Indian Red 192, Venetian Red, Burnt Umber 280, Burnt Sienna 283
- Art Spectrum, Artists Soft Pastels: Tin of 15 Life Drawing soft pastels
- Caput-Mortum 169, Black 199, White 101
- A2 size Cartridge Paper Sketch pad. 25 sheets
Additional: Drink bottle, hat + sunscreen. Workshop takes place mostly under cover, but partly out of doors.
About the Tutor
David Newman-White is a respected artist and tutor who specialises in painting and drawing. He runs painting and drawing workshops throughout NSW and interstate and tutors for the National Trust’s Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum summer drawing program. He is just recently being included as one of the ‘40 Maîtres du Pastel’ 2016, (‘40 Masters of Pastel’) in a new book produced by Pratique des Arts, France. He has been employed by TAFE NSW for the past thirty five years teaching Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses in Fine Art.