in Avignon, France
25 to 27 april 2020
Stroll through the 14th-century walls, cross the medieval streets and squares of Avignon, admire the austere majesty of the Palais des Papes, the classicism of the mansions, and dream under the fronds of the Rue des Teinturiers are just a few pleasures that we will experience during our drawing trip, April 25-27, 2020.
A city of history and culture, Avignon offers its visitors a rich architectural heritage.
During 3 days we will walk through the medieval streets and squares of Avignon, our drawing material in hand.
We will explore our tools and experience different techniques to arouse our sensitivity and stimulate our creativity.
We will discover or remember some basics of drawing, such as perspective, depth and composition, and we will deliberately forget them so that our drawings are spontaneous.
We will draw in different parts of the city, looking for rich and varied themes to feed our sketchbook such as architecture, street environments, urban panoramas, life scenes, details, characters, etc.
Saturday 25th to Monday 27th April 2020 .
From 10h a 17h. (incl. lunch break)
We’ll confirm the meeting point and program to the participants by email.
- A5 Sketchbook, with paper which can support watercolor. (Hahnmühle, Fabriano, Clairefontaine…)
- pencil and eraser
- Black permanent fineliner 0.2. (Micron, Unipin, Faber-castells. Staedtler…)
- Color permanent fineliner, 2 o 3 colors
- white Uniball Broad pen
- watercolor kit, with waterbrush and piece of cloth
- watercolor pencils
- Folding Stool. The ground might be dirty or wet.
Travel Sketching workshop in Avignon
Date: April 25-27, 2020
Price: 225€ / person
Level: Beginner and initiated
Min 5 people – Max 10 people
This price includes only the pedagogical part.
Provide an additional budget for consumption in bars and/or museum entrances.
Sketchbarcelona reserves the right to cancel this workshop in case of not reaching the sufficient number of registered participants.
We will send payment methods by email.
Workshop in Spanish, French and/or English