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Artists, models, ink

The museum of the muse, by Artists, Models, Ink, a collective of creatives and artist's models.
Updates below will consist of event news, as well as regular posts regarding the history of artist's models.

Posts tagged with:

“life drawing”

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Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.
We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 
Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures. Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.
We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 
Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures. Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.
We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 
Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures. Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.
We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 
Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures. Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.
We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 
Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures. Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.
We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 
Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures.

Artists, models, iNK posed as ‘Bathing Beauties’ (…with a sea monster twist!) today, for the Pink Fringe Picnic- a wonderful family-friendly event to coincide with Brighton Pride.

We held a variety of short and long poses, both as a group and by ourselves, and were delighted to see so many people of different ages and abilities picking up pencils to draw us. 

Thanks to Shelley Wilson and Jasmine Glover for taking some lovely pictures.

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Yesterday, Artists, Models, iNK announced our second ‘Midnight..’ event: ‘The Midnight Drawing Feast’.
On Saturday 20th Oct, we’ll be holding a 3 hour group pose from 10pm until 1am for a limited number of artists at Sussex County Arts Club.
If you’d like to be one of the artists in attendance, click here to purchase a ticket.
Tickets have already started selling, so do be quick!

Yesterday, Artists, Models, iNK announced our second ‘Midnight..’ event: ‘The Midnight Drawing Feast’.

On Saturday 20th Oct, we’ll be holding a 3 hour group pose from 10pm until 1am for a limited number of artists at Sussex County Arts Club.

If you’d like to be one of the artists in attendance, click here to purchase a ticket.

Tickets have already started selling, so do be quick!

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Yesterday, Artists, Models, iNK created a ‘Regency Portrait Parlour’ as part of the Pink Fringe’s Pride Picnic.
It was a great alternative to the usual Brighton Pride escapades, with a number of original and wonderful performers braving the rain and clouds to show another way to celebrate Pride.
AMi posed as androgynous Regency ‘dandies’ and sat for anyone who wanted to draw us- we also welcomed people to sit and pose with us, using some of our dressing up box. 
A really fun event- we hope to be back next year!

Yesterday, Artists, Models, iNK created a ‘Regency Portrait Parlour’ as part of the Pink Fringe’s Pride Picnic.

It was a great alternative to the usual Brighton Pride escapades, with a number of original and wonderful performers braving the rain and clouds to show another way to celebrate Pride.

AMi posed as androgynous Regency ‘dandies’ and sat for anyone who wanted to draw us- we also welcomed people to sit and pose with us, using some of our dressing up box. 

A really fun event- we hope to be back next year!

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Set-up is getting underway, ready for Pink Fringe’s Pride weekend!
Artists, Models, iNK will be bringing our decadent and luxurious take on a Regency Portrait Parlour to Brighton’s New Steine Gardens from 12-6pm this Sunday, along with a whole host of wonderful performers.
This event is totally FREE, so do come along and draw us, sit with us and be drawn by others, and enjoy your post-Pride chill out. 
Photo by Pink Fringe

Set-up is getting underway, ready for Pink Fringe’s Pride weekend!

Artists, Models, iNK will be bringing our decadent and luxurious take on a Regency Portrait Parlour to Brighton’s New Steine Gardens from 12-6pm this Sunday, along with a whole host of wonderful performers.

This event is totally FREE, so do come along and draw us, sit with us and be drawn by others, and enjoy your post-Pride chill out. 

Photo by Pink Fringe

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Next Sunday, AMi are pleased to announce that we will be bringing some family-friendly life drawing to this year’s Brighton Pride celebrations.
We’ll be creating a Regency Portrait Parlour for those attending the Pink Fringe’s ‘Pride Picnic’ on Sunday the 9th September, 12-6.
Materials are provided, so come along and join our art picnic- you can draw us, draw each other and have a go at sitting to be drawn as well :)

Next Sunday, AMi are pleased to announce that we will be bringing some family-friendly life drawing to this year’s Brighton Pride celebrations.

We’ll be creating a Regency Portrait Parlour for those attending the Pink Fringe’s ‘Pride Picnic’ on Sunday the 9th September, 12-6.

Materials are provided, so come along and join our art picnic- you can draw us, draw each other and have a go at sitting to be drawn as well :)

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A great first week for the ‘Museum of the Muse’ at the Artist Residence hotel this evening.
Our muse for the evening was the Marchesa Luisa Caseti, modelled by artist Kate Shields.
Writer Emily Dubberley introduced the attendees to the Marchesa, and drawing took a turn into the dark side, with Occult-inspired poses, props and a candle lit atmosphere.
Some drawings below from the evening (please let me know if you don’t see your name or I’ve spelt you incorrectly):








From above; Thea Wilkins, Ed Silverton, Emma De Polnay, Mark Armitage, Bob Newton,Liz & Polly (didn’t get second names, sorry!)
Thanks to all who came, and to Atters for kindly lending us some antiques to use as props for the Museum.
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NEXT WEEK:
Life model & dancer, Frankie, will be bringing ‘Daydreams, tragedy and hair’ to another unique session at the Museum of the Muse.

You can book a ticket here:
'The Museum of the Muse- week 2'
Hurry though- we sold out very quickly for today’s session!

A great first week for the ‘Museum of the Muse’ at the Artist Residence hotel this evening.

Our muse for the evening was the Marchesa Luisa Caseti, modelled by artist Kate Shields.

Writer Emily Dubberley introduced the attendees to the Marchesa, and drawing took a turn into the dark side, with Occult-inspired poses, props and a candle lit atmosphere.

Some drawings below from the evening (please let me know if you don’t see your name or I’ve spelt you incorrectly):

From above; Thea Wilkins, Ed Silverton, Emma De Polnay, Mark Armitage, Bob Newton,Liz & Polly (didn’t get second names, sorry!)

Thanks to all who came, and to Atters for kindly lending us some antiques to use as props for the Museum.

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NEXT WEEK:

Life model & dancer, Frankie, will be bringing ‘Daydreams, tragedy and hair’ to another unique session at the Museum of the Muse.

You can book a ticket here:

'The Museum of the Muse- week 2'

Hurry though- we sold out very quickly for today’s session!