Australian Fine Artist

Drawing Tuition

When: December 2012 to End of January 2013

Areas: Mornington Peninsula, Dandenong, Frankston and Cranbourne Shires

I am pleased to offer the opportunity to enjoy learning the basics of drawing over the summer break 2012-13.

Classes can be made up of small groups or individuals who are interested in a relaxed and easy way of learning some of the basics.

These can be in your own home, in your premises or club rooms during evenings or weekends to suit your timetable.

If you have an interest in graphite (pencil), charcoal or pastel drawing here is your chance to give it a try under the instruction of a Certificate IV trained instructor who is a practising professional fine artist.

Groups of 6-8 students are an ideal way of enjoying these lessons and workshops at an affordable rate.

Ages from 10 to mature age are accepted. Children under the age of 16 must be under supervision of a parent or guardian during the class.

A 9 week course is available for those interested in a more structured course and a 10% discount is offered to those who wish to pay in advance.  Course notes are supplied as well as some of the materials required for the 9 week course.

Please contact Janice Mills for a leaflet with pricing for your lesson/workshop requirements. No verbal prices or estimates will be given on the phone.

Email Enquiries: artist@janicemills.net

Payments via EFTPOS, VISA and cheque can be made when arranging your confirmed bookings.

Please note that lessons will not be available during the period of 22 Dec-5 Jan 2013

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