Probably the most fun I’ve had with my art classes for a while! We spent much of last week drawing cats in ink. I love how expressive ink is, particularly Quink ink. As long as you apply enough water first, it does a lot of the work for you, conveying the fluffiness of their fur beautifully. If fluffiness is even a word.
The second drawing is of my friend Meg’s Bengal cat. He has the most piercing stare.
Bengal Cat, Indian Ink
There is currently one space available on my Tuesday morning art class, and three spaces available on Wednesday mornings. The classes are from 10-12.30 and you can read more about them here. The classes are open to anybody*, from complete beginners, to experienced artists. If you’d like to find out more, please get in touch.
This lovely pastel drawing was made this morning by Carol Gaston who attends my Wednesday morning art class. You can see more of Carol’s work here.
‘Girl on Beach’ by Carol Gaston
*Aged 12 and over
My art classes finish this week for a summer break, but will start again the second week of September. They are held at my studio in Halton, and at Williamson Park in Lancaster. You can read more about them here. Please contact me if you would like to join one of my classes.