Join us for this four week course, facilitated by local artist Eleanor Amiradaki, beginning the 12th March, on Thursdays, 10am-12.30pm.
Students will be guided to develop a body of work in response to the surrounding landscape at Eramboo Artist Environment, nestled in Sydney’s stunning bushland!
Drawing inspiration from nature and creating repeat motifs to build a unique visual dialogue we will experiment with a range of mark making and mono-printing techniques.
4 Week Short Course
March 12th – April 2nd
$280 (material includes)
Tickets via Eventbrite
NB. Please bring something to eat and a water bottle.
About the Tutor:
Eleanor is Sydney based artist whose practice encompasses installation, printmaking, drawing and photography. Influenced by archetypal psychology and the rituals of the everyday she explores the intimate interior landscapes and thresholds we reside in, and move between. Inspired by the interplay of the natural world and the creative gesture, she enjoys sharing elements of her practice with others and facilitates a range of classes and workshops.
Eleanor holds an honours degree in Visual Communications and Master of Art at UNSW Art & Design. She is a recent finalist in the Ravenswood Women’s Art Prize & Hornsby Art Prize.