Life drawing classes can either be taught classes (perhaps at an art school, or by an artist) or groups of artists who just want to come together to practise their drawing. Note: there's also one-on-one modelling for a single artist, although this is less common, and should be approached with caution for personal safety. Usually … Continue reading Life modelling – class format
Life modelling really is about art. It’s not about nudity or sexuality. So it shouldn’t cause a problem. Right? Only sometimes it does. I’ve only been in one proper relationship when I’ve been life modelling, and I didn’t think it was a problem. Until we broke up. It was the first thing that came up when … Continue reading Life modelling and relationships
Hannah mentioned in this post that her worst fear with life modelling was seeing someone she knew. I'm not sure I share the same fear. I mean, yes, it would be awkward, but I like to think I'd remain professional. Being naked in a life modelling class is way different than being naked in front of … Continue reading Life modelling – a little too familiar?
If you met Hannah Colgan in her day job of a Physiotherapist, you’d probably not give much of a second thought, too busy concentrating on your exercises to wonder what she may get up to in her spare time. But behind the professional care worker exterior, Hannah holds a more unusual hobby. Hannah's been a … Continue reading Life modelling – a model’s view
If you think life modelling is just about stripping off and waltzing around a room naked in front of a load of people then you'd be wrong. There's actually some unspoken rules and etiquette that draw the line between art modelling and distasteful nudity. All art classes are going to be different, and some are … Continue reading Life modelling etiquette