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The introductory video on the Work-Shop websiteis inspirational to say the least. A business based on connecting people, inspiring them and encouraging a sense of achievement, Work-Shop offers classes on everything and anything. Having launched in 2013 in Sydney, and experiencing an extremely positive response, Work-Shop has now joined forces with Juddy Roller Studios on Johnston Street so that Melbournites can also take part. As you can see from my photo above, the class options are endless, and I have no doubt that there is something for you, no matter what your hobbies and tastes.

Last Thursday I hosted my first observational drawing class with Work-Shop. With a large class of 34 I shared tips on observation for drawing, and over an hour and a half I watched as my students quickly developed their abilities with the help of a few simple methods. Following positive feedback, and of course realising that it takes a little more time to share all my tips, I am excited to tell you that I am going to be back again soon, with another class, or perhaps even a new year course so students can come back week by week to develop their skills with me. 

If there are any specific things that you would like to learn, I would love you to share your thoughts below so I can make plans with Work-Shop to give you a great offering of educational classes! In the meantime, be sure to check out their site and sign up for some of their fun offerings.