Drawing skills according to the Betty Edwards method
from 31 August to 7 September 2019
Drawing skills follow naturally with the Betty Edwards course
What you learn in this course is not something you will easily forget: Together we will change our perspective. We will learn how to switch to the view of the right hemisphere. Within yourself, a change will takes place, making it easier for you to further develop your own character and style.
It will become clear to you which direction suits you best. This workshop can be the basis for a future creative voyage of discovery. No drawing experience is required to participate. Rob Elzinga asks you to sign a few things at the beginning of the course and also at the end of the course. The difference is always striking. Look at the right!
You arrive on Saturday. The course starts on Sunday. Course times every day from 10.00 to 12.30 and from 13.30 to 16.00. A half day is canceled (Tuesday) to give participants the opportunity to visit the local market. On Friday we close the course with a festive vernissage. Here you can see the enormous progress you have made.
Rob Elzinga (1953) graduated in 1976 from the Art Academy in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Since that time, he has been (almost) continuously active as a course teacher and artist. Already in 1989 he specialized in courses and workshops under the heading: “Everyone can learn to draw !”. He uses the successful methodology of Betty Edwards.
From 1992 Rob Elzinga lives and works in Groningen, the Netherlands. Since 2000 he also focuses on his own free work: painting still lifes, portraits, landscapes and cityscapes. Given his versatility as an artist and the more than 20 years of experience in teaching the “Betty Edwards” method, the Mas Blanc asked him to come and share his knowledge with the guests every year for a week.
If you want to know more about Rob and his work, you can look here.