Conceptual Drawing with Natalie Lavelle


Deadline:17th November, 6:00 - 8.30pm

In this conceptual drawing class, artist and Queensland College of Art alum Natalie Lavelle will ask participants to consider where the pictorial diverges from the physical, and where they convene.

Participants will learn how to identify the gap between a shape’s physical attributes and pictorial qualities as perceived by the viewer, explore the line between pictorial illusion and physical embodiment and respond to art, space and architecture by testing the boundaries between their pictorial and physical capacities.

WHEN: Wednesday 17 November, 6-8.30pm

WHERE: Griffith University Art Museum, 226 Grey St, South Bank
COST: $20.00

Refreshments and drawing materials will be supplied, however participants are also encouraged to bring their own journals and/or media.

Natalie Lavelle is an Australian artist living in Meanjin / Brisbane. She has a Bachelor of Fine Art Honours (Class I) from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. Her work has been exhibited at Outer Space Contemporary Arts Organisation, Jan Manton Gallery, Stable Artspace, POP Gallery (QCA Galleries), Byron School of Art (NSW) and Five Walls (Vic). Lavelle won the Abstraction Art Prize 2020 judged by Andrew Baker and The Zonta Club Brisbane River Acquisitive Prize 2018 and is represented by Jan Manton Gallery, Brisbane.

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