Hilmi’s recent shellac and ink works

Our Drawing and Painting teacher, and artist Hilmi Baskurt has been working on some incredible pieces this year. Below are his dried sunflowers. He has used a mix of pencil, charcoal, shellac and ink. Some of the works also have oils and ink mixed in to shellac.

Dried sunflowers, Hilmi Baskurt, pencil, charcoal, shellac and ink, 2016
Dried sunflowers, Hilmi Baskurt, pencil, charcoal, shellac and ink, 2016

 

Dried sunflowers drawing, Hilmi Baskurt, pencil, charcoal, shellac and ink, 2016
Dried sunflowers drawing, Hilmi Baskurt, pencil, charcoal, shellac and ink, 2016
Hilmi Baskurt, Dried Sunflowrs, pencil and charcoal drawing
Dried Sunflowrs, Hilmi Baskurt, pencil and charcoal drawing

 

Hilmi will be running a Drawing Workshop this Saturday 9th July, with a focus on ink, shellac, charcoal and pastel. We are really excited about this workshop and places are filling quickly!

Drawing Workshop: Structure and Value using Ink and Shellac details:

Saturday 9th July

Time: 9.30 am – 4.00 pm

Location: Enderby studio, a historic church hall at 314 Church Street, Richmond

Cost: $126

All materials included

If you would like to join us, you can find out more and enrol here: https://melbourneartclass.com/drawing-workshop-structure-and-value-using-ink-and-shellac/

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