Lou is an art workshop tutor and loves to get people of all ages and backgrounds interested in art and thinking creatively. She has taught at venues including the Royal College of Art, National Gallery, Royal Drawing School, Hampstead School of Art, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Natural History Museum, British Museum in London, Edinburgh Drawing School, Edinburgh Printmakers and the National Library of Scotland.
If you’d like to enquire about Lou’s workshops just drop her a line via the Contact Me page.
Here are some examples of animations her students have created through the sessions.
Animation Weekend Workshop at the Royal Drawing School
National Libraries of Scotland Moving Image Archive Workshop Animations
St Denis’ Primary School
Golfhill Primary School
City of Glasgow College
Printmaking into Animation at Edinburgh Printmakers
This monoprinted animated sequence was created by a collection of artists aged between 2 – 90 years old at Edinburgh Printmakers
Evening Workshop at the Royal Drawing School
Animated Life Drawings at the Royal College of Art
RCA extramural students created this hand-drawn animation.
Drawing a journey through The National Gallery
A hand-drawn collaborative animated sequence created by students attending 15 years+ West Prince’s Drawing Club.
Figure in Rotation
This collaborative animation was created by the students in the 15 years+ West Drawing Club at the National Gallery in London.
Large Scale Charcoal Animation
New Fine Art Foundation course students worked together in order to create a large scale collaborative charcoal animation.
Hampstead School of Art – Animated Sequences
Large Scale Animated Storyboard Sequence
In January 2014 the New Fine Art Foundation Students created these collaborative animated narrative sequences.
New Fine Art Foundation Course students created this collaborative animated sequence.
Life Drawing Sequence
An Animated Journey Through The Southbank
A collaborative animation created by
A collaborative metamorphosing portrait created by students in the 15 years+ West Drawing Club at the National Gallery in London.
Cupid Complaining to Venus
An animated interpretation of ‘Cupid Complaining to Venus’ (originally created by Lucas Cranach the Elder) by students aged 10 – 14 years at the Whitechapel Drawing Club.
A journey through the British Museum Art Studio
Students at the Camden 10 – 14 years Drawing Club each created this drawn animated sequence.