'Drawing Colour: Slade Approach'
13th August 2022
Exploring the work and ways of thinking on colour from the painter and Slade alumnus and tutor, Andy Pankhurst, from the aspect of working directly from nature with sustained observation from the life model.
The talk will include ideas based on formal analysis and concepts regarding the visual exchange: perceptual shifts taking place between the artist and subject, colour mixing and the interaction of colours, tone and temperature, form and spatial relationships.
British painter Andy Pankhurst studied at the Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art. As a figurative painter, he is known as an artist and teacher working from the life model. Andy’s work is represented in various public, corporate and private collections and museums in the UK and USA. Andy currently exhibits with Browse and Darby in London, with his most recent show of paintings and drawings in 2014. He is the co-author with Lucinda Hawksley of the book What Makes Great Art, published in 2012 by Apple Press.
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