Moleskine London City Stories – Meet the Urban Sketchers

On September 6th, the Covent Garden neighborhood in London will turn into a sketcher’s paradise.

The Covent Garden Moleskine Store and London Graphic Centre will open their doors to artists and art fans alike, in a day-long celebration of urban sketching. Visitors will have the chance to sketch one of London’s most charming neighborhoods and exhibit their work in-store, guided by 4 accomplished artists from the global collective Urban Sketchers – James Hobbs, Adebanji Alade, Olha Pryymak and Andrea Joseph.

 

James Hobbs is a founding member of London Urban Sketchers, and a seasoned artist with over 30 years of sketching under his belt. His book Sketch Your World recently hit the stores, and his work was presented at events such as the Jerwood Drawing Prize exhibition. James’ learning sessions will teach different ways to approach urban sketching, and he will guide participants as they undertake their own drawings in and around Covent Garden. You can book a free learning session with James on Eventbrite, at 11.30 or 4pm.

 Adebanji Alade - Moleskine City Stories London

Adebanji Alade is an award-winning artist, teacher and photographer working in Chelsea, London. He will introduce some of his favorite sketching techniques and tools, as well as help participants get comfortable with sketching in public. His two learning sessions will be held in the Covent Garden Moleskine Store, and you can book yours on Eventbrite, at 11.30am or 4pm.

Olha Pryymak - Moleskine City Stories London

Olha Pryymak is a decorated artist whose work was exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize and the Royal Academy as well as galleries in Italy, Ukraine and England. You can book your free learning session with Olha at the Covent Garden Moleskine Store on Eventbrite.

Andrea Joseph - Moleskine City Stories London

Andrea Joseph is a Welsh illustrator living and working in the Peak District. Her learning session will be both motivational and technical, as she will be talking about overcoming fears of drawing in public, with the use of some techniques including blind contour.  You can book your free learning session with Andrea at London Graphic Centre on Eventbrite.

You can learn more about the Urban Sketchers collective on the official website.

Moleskine City Stories London is the second chapter of the Moleskine City Stories series, which began in New York, on May 17th.

 

 

 

 

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