Art Workshop with Eva Dutton

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This unique Taster day caters for the novice through to the more experienced student of art.

The day starts by arriving at 11am. There is short meet and greet including coffee and home made biscuits. This is followed by a short tour around the centre to view the subject matter.
One of the objectives is to highlight the importance of field studies and to observe directly from life to develop drawing skills through an understanding of the subject matter.

Participants will be encouraged to use sketch books as a visual diary to record the days experiences.

Subjects covered will include:- Basic Canine anatomy, movement, textures, tones and composition.

With a maximum number of eight per group there will be a chance for one to one as well as group tuition with Eva.

Hosted by Eva Dutton BA Hons. (fine art) author and illustrator of Drawing and Painting Horses and other art publications by Search Press which have been translated into a variety of languages.

Eva has been a long time supporter of WWUK.

Finish time approximately 4pm.

Participants will need to bring along:
1. Their own drawing and sketching materials. (Details on request.)
2. A packed lunch. (Drinks provided)
3. Appropriate outdoor clothing.

This is a lovely friendly day where new skills can be learned and existing ones developed.

Limited places are available. Please get in contact for further information.

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5 thoughts on “Art Workshop with Eva Dutton”

  1. Thank you Eva for a simply wonderful day with fabulous weather and company. The course was extremely interesting covering lots of different areas including the opportunity to study the wolves close up. Once again I’ve come away full of inspiration and a much better understanding of drawing animals from life. I look forward to the next course. Just a perfect day.

  2. Brilliant day Eva, great weather and company, and to sketch the Wolves close up was so inspiring, even if Kgosi had his own opinion of my work !! One very chewed sketch book now has pride of place in my work room. Look forward to another course.Many thanks.

  3. I spent a lovely day at Wolfwatch. Great company, beautiful weather. I am not good at drawing but came away with some recognizable sketches due to Eva’s inspired teaching. She has a wealth of knowledge which she is willing to share . Looking forward to the next course. Thank you Eva

  4. Wasnt sure how else to contact you, but just wanted to thank you for an amazing day on Sunday 9th October with Eva Dutton. Wolves are such amazing animals and to have the opportunity to be able to interact with Madadh and Kgosi was an absolute privilage. The art lesson helped me to appreciate the way these animals are made up and helped to enhance their beauty. Thank you for the work you do in looking after the wolves and giving them a better life and thank you for helping to make a dream come true.

  5. The Art Day with Eva Dutton in August was a really special day for me as it combined two of my passions; wolves and art. It was an opportunity to visit Wolf Watch, see and meet wolves in a beautiful natural environment and practise my drawing skills under the encouraging and expert tuition of Eva. The day was very relaxed but challenging at the same time. It was not about trying to achieve a finished masterpiece but about honing our observational drawing skills by trying to capture our live animal subjects – namely two very friendly dogs of differing statures and of course the wolves. Eva provided us with lots of helpful guidance in the form of hand outs, video clips and practical tips from her many years experience of drawing and painting animals especially horses and wolves. I had a really wonderful day, met some lovely people and came away inspired and encouraged to continue practising my drawing skills and of course to visit Wolf Watch again in the future. Thank you so much Eva and Tony!

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