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This course expands on base skills and broadens conceptual knowledge of painting. Suited for anyone who has had a small amount of painting experience or has completed a MAC Introduction to Painting or Painting Level 1 course.
Drawing Level 2 is designed for anyone who has some basics drawing experience or who has previously done any of MAC’s Introduction to Drawing courses or Drawing Level 1 courses.
Children will explore fundamental techniques and tools and refine their drawing skills with this extremely experienced tutor.
Teens will explore fundamental techniques and tools and refine their drawing skills with this extremely experienced tutor.
Our Studio Art Courses are the foundation of Melbourne Art Class. In these classes you have the freedom to work on your own projects, or our Still Life display with guidance from an experienced teacher and professional artist.
Director of Melbourne Art Class, Marco Corsini, will present a watercolour workshop exploring basic watercolour painting techniques such as colour mixing, laying washes, colour glazing and lifting out.
This class is for students who are interested in creating outside of regular school hours and would like to further develop their artistic skills.
Award-winning Japanese Ink (sumi-e) artist and teacher, Junko Azukawa, will guide you through painting four traditional images that contain the basic strokes that every sumi-e artist masters: The Four Gentlemen.
Be introduced to some of the most powerful drawing techniques you will ever use. Founder and Director of Melbourne Art Class, Marco Corsini will draw on his extensive experience of working with beginner artist to set the foundation for a new way of seeing and drawing from life.
Join Junko, an award-winning shodo and sumi-eartist over three hours. She has exhibited widely in Japan and Australia, and her work, Bamboo Grove and the dragonfly, is in the permanent collection at the National Gallery of Victoria.