10am to 5pm

 

1 August 2017 to 5 August 2017
North Galleries

Admission Free

The Hesketh Hubbard Art Society has been running life drawing classes, weekly, since 1930. This year the Society is showcasing the work the members produce at these two hour drawing sessions, where around 100 artists come together to draw from four models: the 'quick' 15 minute poses, the 30 minute poses, the two hour 'long' pose and the two hour clothed portrait pose.

The variety of work ranges from quick sketches through to more considered works, both drawings and paintings, and gives an excellent view of the excitement and struggle involved in drawing from life.

Selected Works

Jane - Portrait

Shani Rousso
Oil, 33 x 28 cm, SOLD

Nice T-shirt

Terry Rye
Acrylic, NFS

Rodin's Kiss

Kalpna Saksena
Oil, 90 x 60 cm, £2,950

Little Lady

Cay Schroder
Oil, 36 x 28 cm, £130

Andrew

Dmitry Shaklanoff-von-Seipt
Pen & wash, £70

Steve

David Shillito
Watercolour, 49 x 39 cm, £300

Head & Shoulder

Peter Silverman
Pencil, 48 x 43 cm, £700

Elliott

Pamela Sinclair
Pastel, 54 x 44 cm, £200

Andrew 'Working The Pole'

Paul Spooner
Chalk, 85 x 5 cm, £650

Angie

Philip Stones
Acrylic ink, 63.8 x 48.5 cm, £200

Rebekah

Tony Swann
Oil, 73 x 58 cm, £795

Nude

Terry Symmons
Graphite, 45 x 32 cm, £150

Blue Nude

Aaron Thai
Colour pencil, 54.3 x 44.3 cm , £159.99

Andrew

Frances Tipton
Pastel, 50 x 40 cm, £210

Guardian of the Matterhorn (painted in situ - Switzerland)

Yvonne Vander Heul
Oil, 34.5 x 45 cm, £900

Carla

A Veres
Oil, 61 x 45.7 cm, £320

Crouching Figure

Miles Watson
Charcoal, 58 x 75 cm, £450

Back to Back

Peter Weatherley
Charcoal, 66 x 91 cm, £600

Sketch of Sarah

Ann Whitehead
Oil, 44 x 33 cm, £250

Standing Figure

Nigel Whitehead
Pencil & pastel, 26 x 20 cm, £70

Magda / Adrian

Simon Whittle
Pencil, 34 x 48 cm, £245

Tatiana

Annie Wingfield
Charcoal, 53 x 43 cm, £250

Alyona

Graham Wood
Watercolour, 51 x 41 cm, £260

Related events

Ann Heat, 15 minutes Pose
Drawing School
1 January 2018 to 7 December 2018
The Hesketh Hubbard Art Society offers both amateur and professional artists the opportunity to work from life models in untutored sessions.