How To Artist with Estelle Lovatt

How To Artist with Estelle Lovatt

23rd Mar 24 -> 23rd Mar 24



Are you tired of staring at a blank canvas, struggling to find inspiration? Let expert Estelle Lovatt guide you through the fascinating world of art history, where great artists have continually drawn inspiration from their predecessors. Learn how to harness the transformative power of their working methods to breathe life into your own artistic journey.

How To Artist a 2-hour Saturday workshop made up of an image-illustrated talk, followed by a quick, inspiring practical hands-on, all-inclusive creative activity. Tickets include refreshments and a complimentary copy of Estelle's acclaimed book, 'How to Artist.', which provides invaluable lessons on how to navigate the artistic landscape with finesse!

Art critic Estelle Lovatt FRSA possesses the unique perspective of having navigated both sides of the canvas. With a background in painting, a deep understanding of art history, and experience as a gallery exhibition curator, Estelle is adept at instructing, evaluating, and discussing artworks. Her expertise extends from Cave Art to Banksy, allowing her to provide insightful and informed opinions on a wide range of artistic expressions. Drawing upon her 35 years of research into the habits, ideas, and examples of great successful artists throughout history, Estelle will reveal the methods that have propelled these artistic visionaries to greatness.

From the awe-inspiring Renaissance to the cutting-edge Contemporary Art movement, this workshop will take you on a captivating journey through the ages. Immerse yourself in the works of iconic artists like Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Manet, and Renoir. Discover how seemingly ordinary objects, like a shark, bricks, or an unmade bed, have revolutionized the art world. Witness the profound influence of historical events, like the first Moon landing, and cultural icons like Macaulay Culkin in "Home Alone," on artistic expression.

Say goodbye to the stifling brain fog that hinders your creativity. Instead, embrace the practical steps to success. Keep showing up at your easel, keep a sketchbook handy, and cultivate a continuous flow of ideas. And while you're at it, let Estelle's insights guide you in maintaining a tidy and conducive studio space. Artists are encouraged to bring a work-in-progress artwork, as Estelle will be delighted to offer her expert guidance and insights to elevate your artistic journey.

About Estelle Lovatt

As a fine artist turned art critic, art history lecturer, and professional artist's mentor, Estelle Lovatt FRSA brings a unique and profound perspective to the art world. With appearances on local, regional, and international press, as well as BBC TV and radio, Channel 4, SKY News, CNN International, and Al Jazeera, she has earned a reputation as an engaging, enlightening, and entertaining speaker. Through her extensive work in exhibitions and as a catalogue essayist for renowned artists, including Jane McAdam Freud, Kelvin Okafor, and Deborah Azzopardi, Estelle has delved deep into the psyche of great artists. Her collaborations with the likes of The Reduced Shakespeare Company and contributions to Andrew Marr's 'Great Paintings of the World' on Channel 5 and TED Talk have further cemented her as a leading authority on art history and creativity.

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