SketchSesh life drawing with Jonbers Blonde
  • London Fringe

SketchSesh, Londons favourite avant garde life drawing experience returns or a real-life, in person, in the flesh session of life drawing!

We are thrilled to have east London star, JonbersBlonde as our inspirational muse

Please join us in marveling/drawing this beautiful creature on 8th November 19:00 hr - 21:00 at The Glory. All materials are included (pastels, charcoal, various papers, and drawing boards) in the price as are guidance and demonstrations by Simon and James.

SketchSesh started in 2016 in the basement of The Glory, an LGBTQ+ cabaret space in East London by artists James Davison and Simon Gray.

A collaborative drawing project, SketchSesh works with artists, designers, and musicians to deliver elevated life drawing sessions that respond to London's queer creative output. Models have included drag icons, Bimini Bon Boulash, Gigi Goode, and Naomi Smalls.

SketchSesh has held sessions at London Fashion Week, The National Gallery and collaborated with designers such as Nasir Mazhar, Louis Gray, and Versace.

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