Freehand Drawing For Textiles - Flowers
This is a practical workshop for all levels from beginners to advanced students. Using flowers as the theme and inspiration for this course you will discover how to draw by observing shape, perspective, shadows, tone, pattern and depth.
You will learn to dissect and identify the many layers within one single flower and draw that flower from several different angles.
Each stage of the course will contribute towards creating a series of strong images that can be used in textile design and developing these through to colour studies and abstract interpretations.
All work will be paper based, hand drawn and hand painted with a variety of medium including designers gouache, water colour paints and inks.
Please note that we will not be using computers on this course.
Level: All levels
Entry requirements: None
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Kavita Kumari, began her career as a freelance Print Designer in Fashion & Interiors, selling at Indigo and Premiere Vision and in New York to Calvin Klein after graduating from Central Saint Martins with a BA Honours in Textile: Print. She has since held several independent and collaborative exhibitions combining her skills as a Painter and Textile Designer, leading to commissions for Jujus and Village Underground for Corporate Events and New Graduate Designers. She maintains a strong connection with the University through her position as a Specialist Teaching and Learning Print & Dye Technician supporting MA & BA courses at LCF, with a PG Cert in MA Academic Practice for Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education. Kavita teaches Freehand Drawing for Textiles, Polychromatic Screen Printing for Textiles, Fashion Design & Making Residential courses tutor for UAL Short Courses across Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Please bring with you to the first session:
- Pencils 2B-8B
- Black ink
- Paint brushes
- Masking tape
- Paints and colouring pencils