Learn Fine Art Skills at Anteros

Anteros Arts Foundation prides itself in offering consistently high quality creative art skills, taught by practicing artist educators. The majority of the listed classes below make up the current Anteros Arts Diploma curriculum. For further information on the diploma and our tutors, please visit our Diploma page.
To book your place for one of our classes, please fill in the course booking form (available to download below), and return it via email to enquiries@anteros.co.uk, by post or drop into reception. 
You're place is not secured until payment is received. Payment can be made on our website below, BACS
(details on booking form), cheque (made out to Anteros Arts Foundation), or card. Please indicate which 
method of payment you've used when returning your booking form.

Here are the next few classes coming up at Anteros, alternatively you can search the full range of short courses by technique - just scroll down the page.

Watercolour Painting with Katrzyna Coleman

Friday 24th of January, 10am - 4pm

Understand the process underpinning traditional watercolour painting:- the basic principles of thin, transparent layers of colour applied on a light background. Working from light to dark, dark to light; Explore watercolour layering techniques including wet on wet, glazing, colour overlay ensuring layers are dry before adding next glaze, and application of colour theory in this. 

Using landscape painting (including urban) and interior/still life subjects, and referencing traditional watercolourists Katarzyna will explain and demonstrate the principles of aerial perspective (technique of creating sense of depth and distance) Experiment with creating textural marks and using Gum Arabic.


Sculpting the Figure with Jan Crombie

Saturday February 7th  & Sunday February 8th, 10am-4pm both days.

The class will focus on creating a personal response in sculpture with reference to a model, with the possibility of the work being hollowed out and being made ready to fire. Students will be enabled to create an individual, expressive and experimental response in clay, using charcoal drawings and quickly made maquettes for planning and to help students leap from thinking in two to three dimensions. Techniques include modelling, building, hollowing, joining, refining and finishing.


Observational and Abstract Drawing with Sarah Beare

Wednesday evenings 6.30 - 8.30pm from 26th February to 25th March 


Thursday mornings 10am - 12pm from 27th February to 26th March

Mark making, perspective, composition and repetition, portraiture and drawing from memory make up the five classes in Sarah’s Observational and Abstract Drawing class. Students will be taught exercises for loosening up and gaining confidence, as well as skills and techniques to be used in finding and checking perspective and choosing a composition from a larger scene.  In the final class students will be enabled to find out for themselves how drawing memories differs from drawing from the imagination.​


You can also search our full range of short courses by technique:


Anteros Arts Foundation, Open Tuesday to Saturday, 9am-5pm

11-15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ

Ph: 01603 766 129 I Charity #1135692 I Email: enquiries@anteros.co.uk


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