Drawing from Life
A small group of ISCA students took part in a life drawing session organised by the National Gallery's education department. The workshop focused on drawing the female bather in relation to the Renaissance artist Titian and his painting of 'Diana and Actaeon'. Those who took part found the experience very enjoyable and educational - the relationship buy klonopin mastercard between practising life drawing and studying art history came to life, especially when analysing the compelling work of Titian in between poses. This activity was part of the ongoing drawing programme in which all ISCA students learn the importance of utilising drawing as an artistic and design communication.