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  • SPECIAL EVENT : BIG Drawing Workshop with Charcoal & Champagne

    SPECIAL EVENT : BIG Drawing Workshop with Charcoal & Champagne

    PERTH ! If you've attended a pop-up Charcoal and Champagne life-drawing session before, you know our classes are fun and full of brain bending challenges in a non-competitive, but supportive environment with other eager-to-learn (and have fun) 'budding artists'.

    Now, we've created a very special event for those of you who might still consider yourselves beginners, but are ready to learn MORE and CHALLENGE yourself further. 

    Our full-day, large-scale 'Charcoal and Champagne' Drawing Workshop is the opportunity for you to now start exploring the 'how to' side of drawing ... and develop further skills and techniques to help you bring your 'hidden talents' to the surface and get your 'creative-thinking' brain buzzing!

    You will also be given the opportunity to work on a 'BIG SCALE' - yes with large scale easels like a real 'master' in a studio setting.

    The class will be broken up into 2 sections - the morning session where you will work with our first model, learning new skills and techniques – and the afternoon session, where you will start applying some of these new skills whilst drawing a life-model on a large-scale easel with charcoal.

    For more info and tickets visit : http://bit.ly/charcoal_19NOVworkshop

  • TESTIMONIAL – PAULA KENT

    TESTIMONIAL – PAULA KENT

    I'm sure I'm not alone in saying that, when you start something new, really different, forged from the depths of your heart and passions, despite the joy it gives 'you' - its not always an easy journey with many challenges, obsticles, and without certainty how your 'best intentions' for others will be received.

    I feel so blessed that since I started Charcoal and Champagne in 2015, it is words like these from Paula received as feedback, really provide fuel for me to push on, helping to reassure me that there is something special that happens in the few hours I spend with my budding artists as I take them through the Charcoal and Champagne life-drawing experience.