Perspective with Carlos Cortes

@ The Bowes Museum

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20 August 2020

10am on Instagram

In this penultimate Bouts Art School workshop, join guest artist Carlos Cortes in a game of shifting perspectives.  Using drawing, colouring, collage and even photography we’ll look at how Renaissance artists created their works..  We’ll work on separate pieces that will come together to become your own version of St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child.  This half hour session on the Museum’s Instagram account @thebowesmuseum includes an introduction to linear perspective, the use of textures and patterns, and painting transitions from dark to light.  You even have the chance to jump into the artwork!

Venue
The Bowes Museum
Barnard Castle
County Durham
DL12 8NP

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