By far the most important tool for any painter or photographer is their eyes.
During this unique and invaluable morning workshop you will be given an introduction to ‘looking’ that will leave you seeing the world in a new light and through more artistic eyes. But, most importantly, it will also help you to make more compelling photographs or paintings that really make the most of a scene.
Through fun and thought provoking exercises on London's Southbank you will learn to look at scenes harder and understand how key elements (that you previously might have overlooked) can be drawn out of a composition to make your pictures come alive!
No cameras, pencils or sketchpads allowed!
Frui’s tutors are all highly experienced and are passionate, entertaining and knowledgeable, meaning our courses not only open your eyes to a new creative skill, but they’re also fun, social occasions, where you can meet, mingle and have a few drinks with your tutors and fellow participants!
All Art of Seeing Workshops take place between 10.30am - 1pm. Meeting point is the Royal Festival Hall on the Southbank.
For dates and to book on the next workshop click here.
“The area [Abruzzo] abounds with unspoilt national parks, medieval field strips, extraordinary, often ruined, architecture and wildlife. You could call it authentic Italy, unmarred by too much exposure to the modern world”