You Can Draw Anything

Capacity 6-16 people

Do you wish you could undertake any drawing without trepidation? Would you like to accurately draw what you see? 

Richard will open up secrets and fundamentals of drawing in a way that is accessible and fun, and will provide an overview of the art of drawing. Insights and guidance are provided to improve your drawing painlessly and ensure that drawing holds no fear. Learn how to capture the essence of what you observe and create drawings which are vibrant and convincing.

Course content includes; faces, hands and figures, proportion and anatomy; the portrait; perspective and vanishing points; animals, birds and plants; landscape and cityscape; objects and still life; creating volume; shading and texture.

Each stage of completing a drawing is demonstrated and techniques explained simply and clearly. Gain the confidence and skills to undertake any drawing adventure you can set your mind to. All levels of experience catered for, especially beginners!

*As an extra cleaning measure we ask students to assist their tutor in a post-course clean down of surfaces and equipment they have used during this time. Thank you for helping us ensure the safety of our entire community.You can find more about our COVID safety procedures at

Materials List

Students should bring a range of 2b/3b pencils , eraser , sharpener and an A4 drawing block or paper sheets

Tutor: Richard Byrnes

Richard is a practising artist , having held 20 solo and over 100 group exhibitions in Australia and overseas. Having  extensive teaching experience to draw upon , he is committed to teaching sound drawing and sculpture techniques in  ways that are clear and accessible. His core belief is that art should be exciting  and joyous.   Richards works are included in the National Gallery, University of NSW, Artbank, Macquarie University and various regional Gallery Collections. Richards’ public sculpture commissions can be seen in North Sydney, Marrickville and Macquarie University. He is represented by the Robin Gibson Gallery in Sydney.