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Northern Realist offers structured workshops and courses in realist drawing & painting as well as regular open sessions. 

Based in central Manchester, the courses are taught by Christopher Clements, a professional painter who was classically trained in Florence and is a drawing lecturer at the University of Salford. The Courses are structured to allow you to concentrate on time honoured principles one at a time, building yours skills progressively. Small groups allow you to work at your own level and pace whilst also learning from your fellow students. Northern Realist caters for all levels in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. The studio provides a great place to meet like minded artists while developing your artistic ambitions.

Northern Realist Sheffield was recently launched by Kieran Ingram and is now running short courses in realist drawing and painting across the city.

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NEW YEAR 2020 WORKSHOPS

Link to Northern Realist Charcoal Portrait Workshop, January 2020 webpage

Link to Northern Realist Life Drawing Masterclass 2 webpage

Link to Northern Realist Charcoal & Chalk Workshop, February 2020 Webpage

Link to Northern Realist Grisaille Alla Prima Workshop February 2020 Webpage

Link to Northern Realist Using Colour in Portraits 1, February 2019 Webpage

Link to Northern Realist Using Colour in Portraits 1, February 2020 Webpage

Link to Northern Realist Classical Life Drawing Course webpage

 

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