Drawing Masterclass with George Young | 8 & 15 November

This artist/tutor led course is intended for the more experienced artist who would like to challenge themselves in order to expand their drawing and observational skills. 


Dates: 8 and 15 November 


Time: 14.00 – 16.30 


Cost: £70 for the two sessions


Draw with a friend – second ticket receives 20% discount – Use code DRAW23! at checkout 


This November using the context of Daniel Agdag’s exhibition and the landscape view from the gallery, this class will concentrate on making drawings that combine detailed figuration, still life and abstract compositions.

These sessions aim to develop the skill of transposing from direct observation. This skill will be used to define different approaches to drawing including tracing from life, diagrammatical drawing and abstract mark making.  

 With reference to art history, we will think about mark making, depth as a 2-dimensional shape, adapting the subject to suit the page and decisions about what to leave out to create meaningful compositions that more clearly convey the artist’s intentions.   


George Young 

George Young graduated from Falmouth College of Art in 2003 (BA), and the Royal College of Art in 2008 (MA).  

His current creative practice encompasses painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation and film. Reaching to first-hand experience for starting points, Young’s work moves between pictorial representation and abstract composition.    

Young has exhibited internationally including at Momentum, 6th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art, Moss, Zabludowicz Collection, London, Peer Gallery, London, Ana Christea, New York and Galerie Klatovy/ Klenova in Czech Republic, and his work can be found in private collections throughout Europe and the US.