Tag Archives: ink drawing

“Each student is an individual”

Before retiring six years ago and discovering art, I taught physics and science for nineteen years. We were frequently told about our students being individuals and how our lesson plans should be geared to the different abilities within the classroom … Continue reading

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‘Experimental Drawing’ By Robert Kaupelis

On Saturday I went shopping at Fred Aldous in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. I’ve signed up for an e-course on Making Monoprints with Linda Germain using gelatin plates, and I needed some materials for the course. While I was there, I … Continue reading

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Mark Making With Julia

I’ve mentioned that I’m not sure what influence I’ve had on the direction Julia’s Monday morning Drawing Class is going. I joined it at the beginning of October other members of the group having been there for at least a year. … Continue reading

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Sketching at Manchester Museum

Until my recent visit to it on the Manchester Art Walk, I was not aware of Manchester Museum. Yesterday I went there asketching. It is a normal sort of museum in that it has fossils and bones and stuffed animals … Continue reading

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Yesterday Manet at the Royal Academy! Today Pal Csoke at Bolton College!

Thursday evening is my art class at Bolton College. Tonight we were doing pen and ink drawing combined with watercolour washes. I’d intended choosing one of my many photos but forgot to take some along. However, I had a shot … Continue reading

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