London Art School with Sue Cooper

Running Time: For prices and dates visit www.artschoollondon.com or email: suecooper@artschoollondon.com

Book Now

About this event

Please note: this is a hire so all bookings must be made through Sue Cooper at suecooper@artschoollondon.com

London Art School website: www.artschoollondon.com

The aim of the London Art School is to encourage and support each student in order for them to discover:

​“In every human being there is an artist, and whatever his activity, he has an equal chance with any to express the result of his growth and his contact with life……………” Robert Henri, The Art Spirit

​​Whether you are an absolute beginner, a foundation student looking to build a portfolio for university or a practicing artist looking to widen your skills and get to know and work with other artists, at London Art School we have the tutors, classes and facilities for you.

We are located in Brentford down the road from Kew Bridge Station, at the Watermans Art Centre overlooking the river Thames.

​In 2018 London Art School continues the time-honoured tradition of working artists demonstrating and passing on their skills to the artists of tomorrow.

  • Discover the artist inside you.  All materials will be provided and no previous painting or drawing experience is required.
  • Learn how to use the beautiful transparent medium of watercolour.  Initial studies will be drawn from natural forms and organic subjects.
  • Still life, Studio & Landscape Techniques, Landscapes and Buildings
  • Develop confidence and the ability to be creative by improving your observational skills and exploring ways of interpreting ideas
  • Help with preparing your portfolio from an OCR Moderator & Examiner and ex-teacher.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!


Images

Accessibility

Click here to find full details for those with access requirements.

More info

You May Also Like

Special Events Cinema

Margaret Atwood: Live in Cinema (12A)

10 Sep

On Tuesday, September 10th, the wait is over….The Testaments, Margaret Atwood’s highly anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, is revealed. The momentous literary […]

New Media Arts

RADICAL IMMERSIONS: Call for Artworks

22 Mar - 30 Apr

We are inviting submissions of artworks that engage with the theme of RADICAL IMMERSIONS: Navigating between virtual/physical environments and information […]

Family Cinema

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG) – Easter Family Cinema

08 Apr - 20 Apr

What began as an unlikely friendship between an adolescent Viking and a fearsome Night Fury dragon has become an epic […]

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

Sign up for our newsletter and find out about the exciting events and exhibitions we have going on every month.

Sign Up
Please enter a valid email address