Meet just a few of our popular life drawing hen party models and tutors based throughout the UK. All of our tutors are experienced and qualified artists, bringing imaginative hen party ideas and games to your event. You don’t need any experience and there’s no need to worry about your drawing abilities. The idea is just to have fun! We work with a range of professionals and we are very LGBTQ friendly. Due to the number of classes we host on any given day, we cannot guarantee a particular model or tutor. We ask you to respect our models and tutors and we reserve the right to make last minute changes. For more information on this creative hen party idea,
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After living in all sorts of far-flung places, hen party life drawing tutor Jo is now based in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. She has over 25 years of experience with life drawing and has also trained in sculpture, portraiture and graphic design. Her main focus, and source of income, is illustrating under the name Boo Dillon. She started up an ever-growing life drawing school in Henley-on-Thames and is fortunate enough to get to teach wonderful people every week, especially with you hens!
Oxfordshire hen party life drawing model Tom is a theatrical stage technician – his active lifestyle keeps him in shape. Aside from the theatre work, he models for sculptors, life drawing classes, and photography. He is outgoing and bubbly, and always enjoys what he does with a smile. Tom is happy to take requests for model poses, he is not shy!
Gina graduated from Norwich School of Art and Design with a BA (Hons) in cultural and creative studies. Since then, she has set up her own textiles business specialising in handmade felt. As a practising artist, she has exhibited her work in Wiltshire, Bath and London, had her work published in ‘Worldwide Colours of Felt’, has commissioned work for the paint manufacturer Dulux and is currently exhibiting at Threads, Contemporary Textiles exhibition in Salisbury. Gina teaches art workshops to both adults and children, and also does a bit of life modelling herself.
Tracey is a Freelance Community Artist with an HND In Drawing For Fine Art Practice. She has her own studio where she runs Life Drawing classes, Portrait Drawing and other art & craft based courses. With 14 years experience in tutoring Life Drawing classes in and around Wiltshire, Tracey is a well known figure in the figurative art field and often runs courses for the local colleges in Drawing and Life Drawing. Tracey makes large charcoal drawings which have been exhibited in Wiltshire and Bath. Tracey is friendly, knowledgeable, approachable and fun to work with.
Scott is an actor, artist and life model with a diverse career and experience. His experience as an actor encompasses theatre, film and TV and he has an extensive physical theatre background traversing viewpoints, contact improvisation, some acro-balance and contemporary dance. Scott’s model work is dynamic and focused. He has previously modelled for The Prince’s Drawing School, Redbridge College and Candid Arts among others. Scott is available to model all over the South West, London and the Cotswolds.
Scott is an artist with a contemporary 2D painting practice grounded in drawing with a figurative and suburban architectural focus and social critique. He is based in a studio in Hackney Wick, London but splits his time between London and Bristol. Scott has a solid technical understanding of creating work across various media including oil paint and different drawing materials. Scott has worked at The Queensland College of Art as a Studio Technician and painting tutor and led workshops at UK universities including Brunel and De Montfort. He has been a tutor in life drawing in private classes, hen parties and workshops for young people.
Luke is a photographer, model and mechanical engineer. He has been modelling for the last 3 years. He pursues many athletic hobbies including acro balance, motorcycling, ocr races, motorsports and photography. I started life modelling recently and find it very enjoyable and rewarding as I lam chatty with a good sense of humour and silly side, perfect for hen party activities and fun with life drawing classes. Making people laugh and enjoy themselves is my passion. I like to be challenged and am happy to be directed or go with my own ideas.
Jake is an experienced art and design secondary school teacher from Northamptonshire who loves teaching life drawing and realistic painting. He makes realistic still life paintings with a funny twist which feature his collection of rubber ducks as much as possible! Jake enjoys the balance of fun and challenge that Hen Party life drawing in Birmingham and Midlands area presents and brings a wealth of experience in helping people to approach drawing for the first time.
Becca studied at the London College of Fashion, specialising in Design for Performance. She now works as a Cambridge-based artist, designer and tutor alongside her day job in publishing, and enjoys nothing better than travelling with a sketchbook in tow and working with Hens With Pens all over the south UK. Becca believes passionately that everyone can learn to draw and lives by Maya Angelou’s words, “You can’t use up creativity; the more you use, the more you have”.
Hen party and teamwork life drawing tutor Bryony, originally from Liverpool but now living in the glorious Cotswolds. Her exciting global career includes modelling in Paris and London, working in 2 and 3-D, mixing all kinds from paint to plastics. A former Director of Southwest Open Studios she has taught in scout huts, universities and hospices with fabulous and fun results. A Master of Philosophy and expert dating coach on Channel 4 means you won’t be short of experience and encouragement to give your heart to your art and enjoy the fun. Bryony’s artwork has sold at the Royal Academy and overseas, and is treasured by many local collectors.