Drawing Courses

Course Content

At the beginner level, our students learn fundamentals of drawing, including composition, proportion and perspective. You'll learn to see and draw light, shadow and texture. You'll learn drawing and shading techniques such as hatching, cross-hatching, stippling, scumbling and stumping, and you'll incorporate those techniques into simple drawings of plants, vegetables, fruit and objects of metal and glass.

In "continuing beginner" and intermediate levels, you'll progress to drawing flowers and foliage, animals, landscapes, abstracts and the human form, and you'll learn to use a variety of drawing media such as ink, charcoal and conté crayon. 

At the advanced level, you'll create more complex works in your choice of subject matter, developing skill and confidence as you use the many techniques in your toolbox to express what you see.  


(Please note, our drawing courses do not use live models.)

What's Included in the Price?

We provide everything you'll need for completing your course, including paper, pencils, other drawing tools, and an apron for you to wear during classes.

You can choose either to stay with us or to arrange other accommodation off-site. The prices set out below for our one-week course include:

  • A course component 

  • An accommodation component, based on a 7-night stay in either a shared or private Standard Room with air conditioning and a private bathroom with shower. The accommodation component covers all of our guest amenities, including a full daily breakfast.

If you have off-site accommodation, you'll pay only the "Course Cost" amount.


10% discounts are available for students registering together, or for continuing and returning students.


Prices shown for our Weekly Classes don't include accommodation.

Prices (including taxes) for Drawing Courses and Classes

One-Week Course

(2 hours/day x 5 days)


Course plus Shared Room: $440

Course plus Private Room: $590

Weekly Classes

Each 2-hour Class $50