I enjoy teaching which I consider to be an integral part of my practice. I offer group sessions and one to one tuition at my North London studio .
Absolute Beginners : develop skill ,knowledge and perception in a structured , logical way .It is generally agreed that painting is best approached through a familiarity with drawing .My aim for beginners is to enable them to draw with confidence before moving on to pastel and subsequently to acrylics and oils .
Improvers and experienced painters : Here I focus on the particular needs of each person at the easel.
I do not do 'demo's ' preferring to teach in a workshop situation where I can work with people as individuals .
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- Henry Hagger
Contact T 0208 888 5133 e firstname.lastname@example.org
Henry's work has been shown at several major public galleries.
In Paris at L'Ecole des Beaux Arts an at L'Orangerie . In Leeds at the City Art Gallery ,at Bristol Art Gallery ,and at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists .
In London at the Whitechapel , the Serpentine and the Mall Galleries and at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Five times a finalist in the Laing Landscape Competition and twice a finalist in the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition . He has also exhibited with the Pastel Society , the Royal Society of British Artists , the Society of Graphic Fine Art. the Camden Etchers Group and the New English Art Club.
The Barbican Centre has hosted two of his one-man shows .
prizewinner ( in association with sculptor Michael Wright )in the Arts Council's Art into Landscape Competition
Acrylics, Collage, Drawing, Oils, Pastels, Pencil/Charcoal, Print, Watercolour
Abstract, Buildings, Colour Mixing, Etchings, Figure, Flowers And Gardens, Illustration, Landscape, Life Drawing, Perspective, Portrait, Still Life, Townscapes, Trees and Foliage