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Early bird discounts available for UK Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain® courses
February 20, 2018
Book by February 28th to get the early bird discount for July 21st-26th in North Wales
The March 5-day Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain® workshops course in London is now full but there are still places for May and later in the year. Do book early to take advantage of early bird discounts and to avoid disappointment.
"10 out of 10. Exceeded expectations"
Whether you are a complete beginner or perhaps you would just like to develop your skills and confidence, particularly at drawing from life, then this 5-day Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain® workshop is for you.
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UK COURSE DATES 2018Dr. Betty Edwards' Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain® 5-day intensive course is a proven technique for teaching drawing - particularly to those people who swear they could never be taught to draw! This course is taught in the UK by Anna Black, certified and licensed by Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain® Inc.
Anna teaches in the UK in central London (Little Venice), non-residential, and North Wales, near Bangor, (residential).
Find out dates for UK courses as well as early bird discounts here
Read what the media and other people have thought of Betty Edwards' Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain® course here ( a new window will open)
Boost Creativity by Copying ArtCopying old master drawings is a time-honoured way that artists learned their craft whether in a studio or art school. This is something that I always encourage people to do and so I was delighted to read about a recent study that showed that copying other people’s art can boost your own creativity.
Isaac Kaplan of Artsy.net reports on a recent study by Kentaro Ishibashi and Takeshi Okada, an architect and a professor at the University of Tokyo in Japan.
The authors suggest that copying other art pushes you ‘beyond the familiar’ and opens up your imagination. It also encouraged participants to consider other the form and style of the artist they were copying – as well as their own.
‘“Good” copying is not simply about getting the line and form correct, but questioning why an artist worked a certain way, what they were thinking. Ultimately, this exercise generated new ideas.’
You can read more here
Isaac Kaplan on how copying art can boost creativity
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