Art Station Draw is a new programme of artist lead drawing workshops for adults beginning in July at The Art Station. Sessions take place on Saturday mornings from 10am-1pm, with a different artist leading each week.
Scroll down to learn more about each artist and their session, and book your place via the link above.
Erica Akerlund is a Finnish illustrator, animation director and artist who’s main body of work consists of commercials for clients such as Heinz, Nestle, Sony Playstation and Volvo as well as editorial illustration for various newspapers and magazines.
Erica’s visual world spreads on from animation to walls, clothes, canvases, chairs, toasters, legs, pizza crusts – she’s always drawing on something, somewhere. Erica will be leading a session around endless doodling – ‘Doodling is a life style’.
Dealing with people, animals and plants Jevan’s work is underpinned by a sensitive attention to different states of being.
He was Associate Artist at Firstsite, Colchester between 2011-14 and outside of his studio and project practice has taught drawing as an Associate Tutor for the Field Studies Council, Flatford Mill and founded the Chatto Art Group at the renown Beth Chatto Gardens, Essex, continuing his close engagement with drawing from plants.
Jevan Watkins Jones attended Ipswich Art School, Polytechnic of East London and the Royal Drawing School, London in 2009-10.Book Here
Justine Moss is an artist living in Ipswich. Her current research explores garments being discarded in narrative film, through drawing.
In this workshop attendees will make multiple drawn responses to an item of clothing, using a range of approaches; Thinking about clothes as intimate and mundane, practical and decorative, malleable and tactile, open to other interpretations but never quite losing their association with the body and the wearer.
Attendees should bring in one garment to work with – precious, ordinary or dispensable.Book Here
Through a variety of media including painting, photography, video, cyanotype, and drawing, Annabel Dover engages the viewer in untold tales of wonder. Throughout her practice she finds herself drawn to objects and the invisible stories that surround them. Through their subtle representation she explores their power as intercessionary agents that allow socially acceptable emotional expression. The work presents itself as a complex mixture of scientific observation and tender girlish enthusiasm
Dover was born in Liverpool and educated in Newcastle and London. Her PHD at Chelsea College of Art explored a practice-led response to the cyanotype albums of Anna Atkins and forms the basis for her novel Florilegia, published by MOIST. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.Book Here