LIFE drawing is back on the palette at Stephen 'Sven' Rogers' art exhibition 'scape.
Following a successful launch of the pop-up exhibition, Stephen has started life drawing classes with the first class held on February 3 and he said it was a great turnout.
"We had a dozen people come along to the class and they all really enjoyed the experience," he said.
"We had some first-timers through to accomplished artists take part, but it's a relaxed environment and everyone is welcome.
"It can be a bit confronting at first, but it's an exercise in observation and it can actually be quite liberating."
In addition to the group classes, Stephen said he was happy to provide one-on-one tutoring for those who can't make it or might need some extra assistance.
"I like to break things down to their simplest form and help people create something they are proud of," he said.
"My three biggest tips would be to have fun, it doesn't have to be serious.
"Be open to trying new things and forget about your preconceived notions of what art should or shouldn't be because there is never a right answer.
"And finally, pick something that excites you or you are passionate about because it will allow you to bring extra feeling and emotion into your art."
The life drawing classes at 'scape take place on Wednesday nights starting at 7pm and run for two hours.
Cost is $25 per class with tickets available on Eventbrite, and includes all materials and refreshments.
'scape runs until March 1 and is located at 221 Russell Street.