Rumi Pattern in the Art of Illumination
RUMI PATTERN IN THE ART OF ILLUMINATION
Date: Wednesdays, 25 November – 16 December 2020
Time: 6-8 pm (GMT)
Duration: 4 weeks
Fee: £150 (excludes materials)
Class Size: Min. 4 – Max.10 Students
Instructor: Nagihan Seymour
Deadline for Application: Tuesday, 24 November
This ONLINE 4-week course by artist Nagihan Seymour will cover Ottoman tradition ‘Rumi’ patterns. The course starts with an overview of the history of “Rumi” (“Rumi” in Turkish, “Islimi” in Persian, “Nebati” in Arabic). The course will be given in small groups (max. 10 students) to preserve the classroom atmosphere whilst online.
In this interactive course, students will learn how to draw rumi motifs and apply principles of design in a composition. Students will receive hand-outs, weekly homework, live and emailed corrections throughout the duration of the course to track improvement. They will draw and paint different rumi motifs such as basic rumi, closed form rumi, rumi knots and rumi headings in classic Tezhip “Shamsa” form and will finish their work using traditional painting, outlining and illumination brush techniques.
Required Equipment & Materials
- Watercolour Paper (300gsm)
- A4 Paper
- Tracing paper
- Mechanical Pencil
- A ruler
- Gouache Paint (White, Black, Yellow, Red, Green, Blue)
- 3-0, 2-0 Paint Brush
Classes will take place through ZOOM, an online platform.
ZOOM in 2 Easy Steps:
1. You will need an internet enabled device with a microphone and camera such as a laptop, phone or tablet.
Phones and tablets: Download zoom app.
Laptops: Visit www.zoom.us/join (No download required)
For further technical support visit support.zoom.us.
2. You will receive a personalised link. The link will take you directly to your virtual classroom.
This course requires a minimum number of enrollments to run. If you have any questions or queries, please direct them to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Max Students10
- Duration4 week
- Skill levelall