Artful Sundays
with Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Starts 6th Aug '23
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$240.00 4 Classes      

Starts 6th Aug '23

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$240.00 4 Classes      

Leave the world behind and join us for a glass of wine, a little cheese, and some relaxed Sunday afternoon creativity with talented artist, Yvette Ten-Bohmer.

Each week Yvette will focus on the ‘The Art of Observation’ with specific exercises and varied media.

You'll explore figurative art studying the human form with a variety of exercises using charcoal, soft pastel, ink and pencil including the opportunity of working from life with a life model. You will also explore painting and sculpture techniques. In our friendly and relaxed environment you'll discover how to convey your feelings through the freedom of expressionist art learning to create through mark making, colour and gesture. Each week promises something different to create and experiment with in a playful and informed manner.

There is no skill level required to participate in these classes but we do believe you need a commitment to challenging yourself with an openness to see things in new ways.

Book in with a friend and save $20

About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Growing up in Newcastle, Yvette completed an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts at Newcastle Art School. Yvette found this course to be just the beginning of her life passion in exploring creative expression through the study of the human form. Yvette went on to study a BA Fine Arts at the National Art School, Sydney. Upon completing her studies Yvette has continued to work as an artist, exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne and also working as a teacher, inspiring students to seek their own creative expression. In 2011 Yvette won the prestigious John Olsen Prize for Life Drawing.

Workshop Schedule

This course runs over four Sunday afternoons (6th August - 27 August) from 3pm-5pm.

What you get:
Expert tuition from an experienced practicing artist
All materials supplied.
Life model for one session
Glass of wine, Tea/coffee and snacks.

What to bring:
A3 sketch pad
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Growing up in Newcastle, Yvette completed an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts at Newcastle Art School. Yvette found this course to be just the beginning of her life passion in exploring creative expression through the study of the human form. Yvette went on to study a BA Fine Arts at the National Art School, Sydney. Upon completing her studies Yvette has continued to work as an artist, exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne and also working as a teacher, inspiring students to seek their own creative expression. In 2011 Yvette won the prestigious John Olsen Prize for Life Drawing.
About Yvette Ten-Bohmer
Growing up in Newcastle, Yvette completed an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts at Newcastle Art School. Yvette found this course to be just the beginning of her life passion in exploring creative expression through the study of the human form. Yvette went on to study a BA Fine Arts at the National Art School, Sydney. Upon completing her studies Yvette has continued to work as an artist, exhibiting regularly in Sydney and Melbourne and also working as a teacher, inspiring students to seek their own creative expression. In 2011 Yvette won the prestigious John Olsen Prize for Life Drawing.
  • Demo from Yvette
  • Explore different mediums
  • Receive feedback from Yvette
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