Workshop Reviews

A fast, fun, energetic atmosphere remains relaxed with exercises putting everyone at ease, suitable for all levels of ability: workshops, corporate events, entertainments and parties.

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Learning to draw changes your perceptions, enhances observational skills and most importantly leaves you with a terrific sense of achievement, sessions are tailored to meet your particular needs.

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Robin is a professional artist and holds adult education teaching certificates

 

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Haygarth Design

Oliver Bonas

Design Team day workshop

The high street store sent along their best designers for an all day workshop to work up designs for a new range of accessories. Take a look at the first tech accessory

 

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Haygarth Design

Haygarth Design, Wimbledon

Team building evening

'From basic form to finer detail, we spent two hours finding our feet and – believe it or not – forgetting about the totally naked girl in front of us. We tried 10-second sketches, overlaying drafts and swapping half way through until one-by-one, like a Hollywood plot resolution, it happened. Imagine a pat on the back from Da Vinci himself – that’s what it felt like to fill with that warm glow of pride. Or it might have been the wine but whatever, we’re artists now.'

 

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CMS Cameron McKenna LLP

Client entertainmant

'Scary, but the best time ever, would recommend this to anyone'

 

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Axiom Photography

Monthly challenge

Our 'Women With Attitude' group had a brilliant life drawing session with Robin. Several of us had never attempted any kind of drawing before, but everyone enjoyed the evening and went home with something they were proud of.

 

Elaine McLaren, Axiom Photography


Melissa Marsh

Private arty party

'Best day, best fun, all the girls loved it!


 


Gallery63A, Kingston

Private art party

'Wicked! Best day, best fun and KitKats!'

 

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Sarah Ryan

Founder & CEO New Blood Art

 

Internationally exhibited, from Paris to Bankside, the work of Robin Rutherford revolves around the idea of motion, his works on canvas at once both a captured sensation, as well as in constant flux. By isolating and spotlighting the kinetic in his subject matter, a sense of progression occurs in his compositions, further informing the viewer of the spatial potential of the canvas.

 

With subject matter ranging from cloudscapes to otherscapes, colour palettes switch from contrasting triads to overlapping hues, a deep sense of movement puncturing the canvas as figures and forms skitter and sway.

 

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