Life Drawing exhibition at The Courthouse - opening event

Friday’s private viewing of the new life drawing and painting exhibition showed the high quality of work achieved in the classes run by artist Rosie Skaife d’Ingerthorpe.
Friends and colleagues had a chance to talk to Rosie, and the students themselves, about the different pieces of art on show.
The artwork covered many different styles, with pencil work, charcoal, pastels, paintings and some beautifully simple ink and bamboo sketches.
The exhibition runs until 27th October.
Life drawing and painting classes at  The Courthouse begin again on Saturday 1st October, with four one day sessions. Drawing and painting classes start on Monday October 3rd, running over eight morning sessions. Both courses are open to anyone over 18.
To book a place on the courses, or for more information, please call WEA on 0113 245 3304
Also as part of the exhibition Rural Arts are exhibiting ceramic sculptures by Leeds based artist Mandy Long, based on contemporary dance.   (The proceeds from sales of Mandy's work are donated to the Homeless World Cup http://www.homelessworldcup.org). 






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