If you run a group of artists or have a group of friends that would like to organise a one off or regular life drawing event then please do be in touch with Andy – [email protected] – artistic nudes, it’s what we do 🙂
Bringing artists, filmmakers, photographers and models together for chilled art making and chats since 2010!
For a fair few years now Cardiff Life Model Collective, through Andy’s contact with Harry, have been working with the great Harry Holland who has private sketching sessions two or three times a week at his studio in Cardiff.
I first came across Turnip Starfish through Kat, an art tutor I have known for some time. The owner of the animation company, Nick, was teaching a first session of life drawing at Cardiff and the Vale and I think this was at the old campus near St Mellons.
Cardiff Life Model Collective (CLMC), run by Andy Muse, deserves all the support and credit it gets and needs.
Jess Woolridge, a young artist working in South Wales interviewed Andy to create content for the Amuse Me Press arts magazine for Cardiff, ‘cARTiff’.
I adored life drawing in university, and after a year or two of absolutely none of it, I thought it about bloody time that I did some again.
I think we’ve achieved much of those original aims and although we still have a fair way to go our work has already touched many thousands of artists, students and casual aquaintances through direct contact or through the press coverage that we have achieved.
The Cardiff Life Model Collective are an energetic, innovative group who blur the distinction between modelling and performance art. As well as their weekly drop-in sessions, they organize lively special events involving music, dance and readings, while also developing their own happenings and hiring themselves out as living art for events.
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