Art lessons | London

5 week life drawing course that I did for Hauser & Wirth gallery.

ART LESSONS IN LONDON – TECHNIQUES FOR ALL LEVELS

“Nelson’s courses are very relaxing, you definitely will improve quickly in a very kind atmosphere, and also learn a lot through Nelson explaining History of art while drawing…” Benjamin, rating 5/5

Learn painting & drawing within a friendly environment.

Develop a solid technique on a variety of mediums: oils, acrylics, watercolours, gouache, egg tempera, fresco, graphite, pencils, charcoal, pastels, oil bars, wax crayons, gold leaf. There are two terms a year, typically from mid September to mid November and from March until May. Each term will focus on different techniques. Stick with me and you’ll get a full course across all mediums.

Tuitions held at world class venues in central London:
Please check for your preferred location and click bellow:
– Half-day and full-day Saturday/Sunday drawing workshops at the Victoria & Albert Museum (South Kensington), morning/lunchtime Sunday art lessons at the Saatchi Gallery (Sloane Square).
– Evening lessons at Enjoy Work (Chiswick Park) on Tuesdays, Mayfair (Bond Street) on Wednesdays and Linen Hall (Oxford Circus) on Fridays.
– Individual tuitions or evening group lessons on Thursdays at my art studio (Aldgate East / Whitechapel).

Flexible schedules: If you cannot come to all the group lessons due to holidays or other commitments, please feel free to attend up to 2 extra lessons free of charge during the same term, in order to catch up with the rest of the class (subject to availability).

Guaranteed results: draw realistic portraits in 10 lessons! It can be you – just have a look at Mariana’s first serious portraits ever, after finishing a 10 week course:

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Mariana’s first portraits ever, drawn during a 10 week course.

“Fantastic art lessons with a fantastic teacher! The class is always enjoyable and instructive, and Nelson is incredibly knowledgeable not only when it comes to techniques, but also History of Art and anedoctes… as he’s also extremely supportive!” Cynthia Anatole, rating 5/5