The Thames is home to some of the worlds most famous landmarks including Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, London Eye and even the HQ of MI6!
You'll be taken through the technical drawing skills needed to capture London's ever changing architecture and go home with your own stunning interpretations. The workshop is a great opportunity to meet people with a passion for drawing, and a passion for London!
We'll stop off at various vantage points including the gothic masterpiece of the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament). Further down the Southbank, you're treated to views of Whitehall, Greater London Authority Buildings and of course the OXO Tower. We'll also pass modern architectural marvels including the brutalist National Theatre which is always a delight to draw.
You'll refresh your perspective drawing skill, and the workshop is a fantastic opportunity to practice drawing from life. You'll be able to emulate the texture and shadows of a building creating rich etchings fit for any wall. Whether you draw as a hobby or want to progress your talent further this fun and friendly class is a great way to soak up London!
We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.
This is a Flexitime class, which means the teacher can run this class around your schedule.
Time & Location
Select a date and location you want and your teacher will get back to you to confirm their availability.
About your host, Kethi Copeland
Kethi Copeland tells us a story about the many layered experience of being in a city through the detailed line work of her architectural drawings and layers of screen-printed colour, offering a fresh perspective on what may be familiar surroundings. In her Walk By The River print series the twists and turns of the river Thames are rearranged to create one continuous line upon which the well known and under appreciated of London's riverside architecture co-exist.
Her beautifully hand-crafted and screen-printed designs are recognisable for their distinctive graphic style. Kethi uses humour and colour in her screen-printed and paper-cut designs used for stationery and digital prints to connect with the audience. Whether she's drawing city architecture or dressing up as a bunch of balloons for card designs, she has a love of colour and humour, noticing the extraordinary in the everyday. These characteristics run through the artwork she creates, including art prints, commissions, stationery, or running craft workshops.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.