Queen of Hoxton Host Neon Naked Life Drawing Class!
Come get creative at the Queen of Hoxton with Neon Naked Life Drawing!
Draw with Neon Pastels and see it react in Ultra Violet Light.
Join us in East London for an evening of vibrant artistic fun. Come to a life drawing class like no other using neon reactive arts materials to draw and inspire with a fluoro life models.
This class explores creative drawing, moving away from the perfectionist traditional teachings of life drawing. By trying out a number of different image making techniques from continuous line to pointillism the artists are encouraged to think outside the box and create more unusual imagery.
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Neon Naked is a new and unique life drawing experience that specialises in creating unusual and creative designs by using vibrant and bold living sculptures. By combining an industrial UV light and reactive body paints with hand crafted flamboyant accessories its easy to get the creative juices flowing.
The class starts off with some quick and fun drawing exercises to get you warmed up. Then goes into longer drawing times with more exciting life images, experimenting with colour, light and texture.
Art supplies are provided however please feel free to bring your own. With essentials such as pencil, paper and drawing boards but also you can use the fluorescent glowing neon pastels to really make your art pop!
No artistic experience needed. Drawing in UV is a completely different to normal and the class is taught so that you produce more creative, abstract images full of vibrant colours and unusual mark making.
Its fun and friendly with a chilled out atmosphere.
A great affordable evening out if you want to try something new, great for a blind date or to spend time with the guys from work.
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The Queen of Hoxton has been described as 'pub, club and everything in between – offers an eclectic mix over two fun floors, with DJs playing on a cutting-edge disco/house tip on the weekends, while film nights, fringe theatre and food often take centre-stage during the week. Their huge rooftop is one of the funnest in London too – with an enormous wigwam set up during the winter months.'
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