Life Studies

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Life Studies

190.00

DATE 30th September

TIME 3.00-5.30pm

AT Studio Local, 25 Albert Street, Northcote VIC

STUDY DESCRIPTION

We are so thrilled to be hosting Life Studies with Melbourne based artist, Caroline Walls. This experience will bring together Carolines’s artistic knowledge and expertise and focus on the beauty, intrigue and divinity of female form as seen throughout her works. The class will be practical and cover topics such as blind drawing, continuous line and a modern approach to life drawing.  

Everyone will leave with an understanding of line drawing practice, a chance to give it a go and some very generous gifts. We will be hosting the event in our Northcote warehouse, including a beautiful grazing table of fine cheeses and wine. 

BIOGRAPHY

Caroline Walls (b. 1984) is an Australian artist working across a number of media, including painting, drawing, soft sculpture, and print-making. Walls creates work with a skilled and fluid approach to aesthetics, focusing on the female form as her central subject. She graduated with a First-class Honours degree in Visual Communication and Design from Swinburne University (2006) and recently attended the Victorian College of the Arts where she completed a post-graduate certificate in Visual Arts.

Caroline lives and works in Melbourne, Australia after spending extensive time abroad living in both London and NYC. Walls worked as a designer and art director for fashion and luxury lifestyle brands for 10 years before moving into art-making full-time. Caroline has had 3 solo exhibitions of here work, with the most recent two in 2017 selling out. She looks forward to presenting her fourth solo exhibition in 2018.

"With a foundation in design my artistic practice is grounded in a strong sense of colour play, line and form. I am inspired by everyday human experiences and the fluidity and movement of the human body. These artworks explore the female body and the reduction of its form as a way of heightening its expressive power."

Caroline Walls.

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