Bird drawing workshops can be a good source of information for anyone who loves birds and wants to draw them, especially beginner artists and improvers.
|Drawing Workshops. Wildlife Art. Kent. Surrey. Sussex. London.|
Drawing workshops and classes are a great place to pick up advice and resources that can be used to discover more about birds in the local area.
Workshops can help introduce the beginner to outdoor bird sketching and keeping a bird diary or nature journal that can be used to identify birds and develop the drawings to produce more detailed, realistic bird paintings.
Regular sketching can significantly improve bird drawings and paintings whilst developing knowledge of bird anatomy and habitats. There are many strange and wonderful aspects to a bird’s body (skeleton, muscles, feet, feathers and beaks) that serve a function and it is often through sketching and detailed drawing that these anatomical wonders are closely observed and begin to be understood.
Sketching and drawing birds helps increase appreciation of the British wildlife that lives just beyond the doorstep and time spent in bird art workshops can be a great way to spend a few spare hours each week.
Workshops can be a good place to learn about different styles and mediums in rendering realistic and contemporary bird paintings, including associated landscapes, habitats and sceneries – in the company of other like-minded bird enthusiasts and wildlife artists – at any stage of skill or knowledge.
Further information about drawing birds will be added to this website soon.
Please enquire for details of specific workshops and classes in bird drawing, wildlife art and botanical paintings.