Dates: Tuesdays 23 February; 2 and 9 March 2021
Location: Zoom Webinar (Online)
Tutor: Jo Rhymer
Level: All Levels
Course Description: The Wallace Collection’s extraordinary range of painting and sculpture offers inspiring and thought-provoking images which are as relevant today as when the works were first created. Discover how we can make meaningful connections with them by looking slowly.
This three-session course is designed to help you develop visual analysis skills by looking at paintings in detail. Concentrating on a small number of still life works, you’ll develop core skills in active looking that can be applied beyond the course, as well as increasing your familiarity with the artworks selected.
Still life paintings – the representation of inanimate objects – can be traced as far back as Greco-Roman images and the subject remains popular with artists and viewers today. While the items depicted are mostly inactive, we’ll discover that the paintings are nevertheless alive with their intriguing compositions, textures, use of colour and potential meanings. There is often more to still life paintings than initially meets the eye and their invitation to sustain close exploration, offers delight to the keen observer..
Please read the full course description here.
Joining Information and Format: This course will be taught through Zoom Webinar. For more information, including instructions on how to download and use the system, please visit www.zoom.us/support.
Each course session duration is 105 minutes, including a five minute break and Q&A session with the tutor.
You will be emailed the Zoom Webinar ID and Passcode 48 hours in advance of the first course session.
Date & Times
|Date||Start Time||End Time|
|Online Course (Full Price)||£45|
|Online Course (Concession Price)||£42|
|Online Course (Member Price)||£40|