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Art Classes Melbourne
Art Classes Melbourne
Art Classes Melbourne
Art Classes Melbourne

Melbourne’s premier private art school

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Life Drawing | Figure Painting | Oil Painting | Observational Drawing | Portraiture | Printmaking

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Academic Drawing with Troy Argyros | Spring Intensive

10:00am – 3:00pm       |      16th – 20th September

Students of all standards are invited to dive into this exciting five day drawing intensive that will alternate days between drawing from a life model in our Elsternwick studio, and drawing from Old Master Artworks at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Throughout the week, students will study the language of representational art through both a practical and historical lens, while deeply investigating how to use this artistic methodology in contemporary times as a tool of self expression. You will not only learn how to improve your capacity in drawing, but you will also gain a fresh understanding of classical approaches to the challenges of drawing.

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A gentle breeze towards eternity

We are delighted to have Roman Schoeni's exhibition 'A gentle breeze towards eternity'. Swiss artist Roman Schoeni exhibits a selected series of paintings created in Melbourne over the last two years. He questions the desire and ability of control in an overall...

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Posthumous Tableax

Through her exquisite paintings Molinari brings to life arrangements of objects that remind us of the finality of death. Inspired by the Dutch vanitas tradition of the seventeenth century, Molinari’s works seek to investigate the cultures of longing that impel the...

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Presence

Presence looks at the ways in which the presence of the body is signified and materially understood through discussions of autonomy, the digital body, queer embodied experience and fetishisation. Focusing on sculptural forms and non-literal depictions of body, the...

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