TUESDAY 20th September

PERCEPTION, GESTURE & STILL LIFE

10am - 4.00pm

Tutor: MARTIN BROOKS RP RCA

£125 

(the price includes delicious home cooked lunch and refreshments throughout the day)


The approach is - keeping the painting ‘open’, creating rhythm and unity through composition, gesture and brushwork.

More details coming soon


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About
Martin trained at the Royal College of Art where he was awarded the Royal College Drawing Prize and Madame Tussauds Prize for Figurative Art. A member of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Martin’s work has been selected for the BP Portrait Award and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London. Notable portraits include theoretical physicist and broadcaster Professor Jim Al-Khalili OBE for the British Humanist Association and singer and songwriter Laura Mvula. Martin has recently returned from the US after being awarded Arts Council funding to paint the Amish community.

Membership
The Royal Society of Portrait Painters
Council Member, The Royal Society of Portrait Painters

Qualifications
Royal College of Art MA (1983 - 1986)
Exeter College of Art and Design BA (hons) Painting (Class 1) (1978 - 1981)

Awards and Prizes
Arts Council and British Council Artists' International Development Fund Award ‘Painting the Amish’ 2017
BP Travel Award Finalist 2016
Bulldog Portrait Bursary Finalist, Royal Society of Portrait Painters 2014
SSTAR Award Winner, Most Inspirational Teacher, Faculty of Arts, Plymouth University 2013
SSTAR Award Winner, Most Outstanding Support, Faculty of Arts, Plymouth University 2013
Janet Konstam Trust Travel and Research Award, Verrochio Arts Centre, Italy 1999
Folio Society 50th Anniversary Illustration Competition, Gulbenkian Hall, Royal College of Art 1997
Special Commendation South West Open 1990
Madame Tussaud's Prize for Figurative Art, Royal College of Art 1985
Royal College Drawing Prize 1985
Brian Robb Travel Scholarship, Italy 1984
Rupert Acott Prize for Figure Painting, Exeter College of Art and Design 1981