Just to make things easier here is a map of Bristol Grammar school showing the 6th form centre. This is where the Tuesday evening class is normally held. You can park in the area outside the 6th form if you're driving and there is space (not really a problem on Tuesdays, most of the school functions are held towards the end of the week.)
Thanks for visiting this website. As well as giving an overview of a different technique each week I usually give a short presentation that will introduce to you an art historical term or two, the work of an artist or the history behind a particular material. Nothing too long, but it's a good way of giving people a break and people generally find it quite helpful. I've used the texts of some of these talks as posts on my other blog www.bristollifedrawing.wordpress.com and website www.lifedrawingclasses.co.uk I also have another wordpress blog www.beginnersartclasses.wordpress.com which contains information related to my past experiences as a tutor and some of the artists I've found and hope you will find inspirational I'll also be posting some stuff here so keep popping back every couple of weeks and I'll try and get some new stuff for you to look at.
Will Stevens has taught beginners classes in Bristol on a full time basis for fourteen years and part time for another three, He currently runs 6 different beginners art classes in the Bristol and Bath area, and 1 life drawing class. He has also taught privately on a one to one basis, at residential homes , the University of Bristol Arts Society the Sky Arts Den at the Bath Literary festival. (You can see some pictures on the gallery page) Most recently he's given drawing tips to Laura Rawlings on her afternoon radio Bristol show. For some comments about Will and his friendly, teaching style have a look at the testimonials page.