Drawing Worshop with Jane Austin – Perspective of Arches

Arts & Crafts, Culture & Heritage, Events & Festivals : Halifax

Drawing Worshop with Jane Austin – Perspective of Arches

20th Jul 2019

Drawing Workshop with Jane Austin – Perspective of Arches
All Souls Church, Haley Hill, Halifax, HX3 6DR.
Saturday 20th July 2019.
11 – 1 PM.
£15
Maximum 15 people per workshop.

As the second in a series of three drawing workshops this year at All Souls Jane will help to simplify perspective, hopefully taking the stress out of a subject which many find daunting. Suitable for all abilities as the chosen images can be as simple or complicated as you wish.

This building has limited access for the public, lacks any facilities such as running water and it can be very cold even on a hot day so it is essential to wrap up warm. You are welcome to use the facilities at Bankfield Museum which is a short stroll through the park. The floors are uneven, there is seating within the pews but you may also wish to stand with an easel provided or bring a small portable stool.

You may wish to bring along your own sketchbook or paper and drawing materials, though some will be on hand as well as boards and easels.

You may also wish to bring along a camera to capture more for work at home as there is so much to inspire.

Contact Jane for booking and any enquiries, 01422 353308.
Recent winning artist on BBC1 ‘Home Is Where The Art Is’ episode 12.



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Two hour drawing workshop with local artist Jane Austin in the beautiful Gothic All Souls Church. Perspective can be very daunting but when simplified to can improve your drawing skills immensely with any subject matter. Suitable for all abilities with Jane providing instruction and encouragement.
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Short Description Drawing Workshop with Jane Austin – Perspective of Arches All Souls Church, Haley Hill, Halifax, HX3 6DR. Saturday 20th July 2019. 11 – 1 PM. £15 Maximum 15 people per workshop. As the second in a series of three drawing workshops this year at All Souls Jane will help to simplify perspective, hopefully taking the stress out of a subject which many find daunting. Suitable for all abilities as the chosen images can be as simple or complicated as you wish. This building has limited access for the public, lacks any facilities such as running water and it can be very cold even on a hot day so it is essential to wrap up warm. You are welcome to use the facilities at Bankfield Museum which is a short stroll through the park. The floors are uneven, there is seating within the pews but you may also wish to stand with an easel provided or bring a small portable stool. You may wish to bring along your own sketchbook or paper and drawing materials, though some will be on hand as well as boards and easels. You may also wish to bring along a camera to capture more for work at home as there is so much to inspire. Contact Jane for booking and any enquiries, 01422 353308. Recent winning artist on BBC1 ‘Home Is Where The Art Is’ episode 12.
Accessability Override Unfortunately due to the age and Grade 1 listing the building it has restricted accessibility. The paving outside can be uneven and slippery when wet and the steps into the church are difficult to climb without assistance if unsteady. Inside the floors can be uneven and low light could be a problem for anyone with poor sight. No facilities on site.
Type Arts & Crafts, Culture & Heritage, Events & Festivals
Location Halifax
Event Date 20 Jul 2019
Event End Date 20 Jul 2019
Address All Souls Church Haley Hill Halifax West Yorkshire HX3 6DR
Phone Number 01422 353308
Web Address janeaustin.co.uk
Recharge Point No
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Drawing Worshop with Jane Austin – Perspective of Arches

All Souls Church Haley Hill Halifax West Yorkshire HX3 6DR

Accessibility
Unfortunately due to the age and Grade 1 listing the building it has restricted accessibility. The paving outside can be uneven and slippery when wet and the steps into the church are difficult to climb without assistance if unsteady. Inside the floors can be uneven and low light could be a problem for anyone with poor sight. No facilities on site.

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