Drawing Workshops

Practical & creative drawing workshops run by Angela & Robyn - practicing artists and art educators.

Participants are taught the basics of drawing. We focus on mark making techniques using a range of drawing mediums and encourage everyone to refine their skills in observation.

We believe, giving people access to Workshops in a creative space that focuses on process and experimentation will help them gain the knowledge, experience and skills to explore their own visual expression.

Workshops take place at the Addison Road Community Centre (ARCC), Marrickville, in Sydney's Inner West, providing a safe, creative environment.

About Angela & Robyn:

As Fine Arts graduates, Art Educators, and mothers, we want to provide an exciting and innovative artistic drawing programs, run through a series of practical & creative workshops. We share the belief that by bringing people into a creative space and treating them as art students, we are providing them a unique learning experience and environment to explore.


After teaching drawing to Adults for many years, Angela combines her experience as an arts educator (& furniture collector & restorer) to provide a wealth of creatively hands-on (sometimes beautifully messy) methodologies to drawing. Angela has a particular eye for vintage teaching charts & medical props which when used to decorate the D2S Hut or gallery space combine to both fascinate and educate all who come draw with us. With two sons there isn’t much she doesn’t know about dinosaurs.


As an experienced workshop facilitator and arts educator Robyn draws on her Visual Arts and Science background to provide practical (& often scientifically curious) approaches to drawing. A love of botanical & nature drawing, combined with bowerbird leanings, sees the spaces Drawn to Seeing inhabit turn into a mini Natural History Museums. Due to her continuing drawing projects she has also become a bit of a feather collector & bird spotter (also useful for the odd drawing of a dinosaur)!


For a glimpse into our workshops, check out the lovely blog post by BIG Kids Magazine: