Photos from Keith Dewell's Figure Painting Workshop

On the 11th and 12th of December a very intensive figure painting workshop with Keith Dewell was held:


Keith demonstrating at the beginning of the workshop


Students admiring the "great wall of nudes" at the end of workshop



There were multiple poses over the course of the weekend, so students could practice the process that keith was teaching multiple times.

A happy student beside his studies for the weekend.

Another happy student ... with a rather gaunt santa claus in the background.

About Keith Dewell:

Keith Dewell is a Masterful Painter and Draftsman. Winner of the Bale award in the early Nineties, he currently teaches at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney, The MacGregor summer and winter schools in Toowoomba, and numerous workshops throughout Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales, and Regional Queensland. His work has recently been exhibited at the NSW Parliament Building in Sydney, and he is exhibiting at the Redcliffe Regional Gallery in December in the ‘Honouring tradition. Contemporary Queensland artists’ exhibition

 In association with Atelier Art Classes and Salisbury Studios Queensland Incorporated, Keith has developed a workshop which is aimed at the artist who wishes to refine their approach to painting the figure. The Figure Painting Workshop focussed on:

  • ·         Tone relationships
  • ·         Warm and Cool colour relationships
  • ·         Efficient painting of the figure
  • ·         Organisation of the palette

For more information go to the workshops page or the earlier blog about the workshop

Nick Leavey