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Form, Gesture & Anatomy 2024, with Scott Breton

4 May 2024 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Saturday, repeating until 18 May 2024

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4 May 2024
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Upstairs at Petrie Terrace Gallery
3/162 Petrie Terrace
Brisbane, QLD 4000 Australia
07 3367 1977

Scott Breton is returning to the RQAS in March 2024 with his Form, Gesture & Anatomy course.

10% Early Bird Discount until 4th of December

Learning to draw the figure can be overwhelming….

… artistic anatomy can be confusing and hard to apply to drawing the figure…

…where to start? How to stay motivated to actually follow through?

Save yourself time and suffering – come with me on this guided journey into drawing the figure expressively, convincingly and 3-dimensionally.

This course applies every tool, trick and resource I have developed in over 10 years of teaching figure drawing to make your journey towards mastering the figure as enjoyable and efficient as possible.

For more information and bookings please follow the link below.

About Scott Breton:

Scott Breton is a figurative fine artist from Brisbane, Australia.

After completing a science degree (BSc (Genetics) University of Queensland) and contemplating a career in biotechnology, Scott committed fully to pursuing art, continuing a classically leaning arts education and practice begun much earlier. In 2012 Scott won the highly contested A.M.E. Bale Travelling Scholarship, Australia’s largest national prize for developing the careers of traditional representational artists. This allowed Scott to do further study with contemporary classical artists in the US and Europe, and has contributed to his view of the relevance of Renaissance thinking and aesthetics in the Arts in the 21st century.

Using a range of traditional drawing, painting and sculpting media as well as exploring digital counterparts to these, Scott sees plastic composition rather than any particular media as the core of the classical ethos. He is interested in how this sense of plasticity can be utilised by the contemporary artist. This endeavour seems to closely mirror a more general exploration of how the specifics of the contemporary human experience relate to and can be informed by insights about the human condition that have emerged across all of human history.

To continue and expand his work in fine art education, Scott was a cofounder of The International Arts and Culture Group (TIAC Group) in 2016, and now spends his time between Brisbane, Australia and Florence, Italy, working on his compositions and TIAC’s arts education projects.

Praise for Scott Breton:

“Scott is a fantastic teacher. Understands the figure deeply and carefully walks his students through each step in their figure drawing journey. Is able to engage with students at all levels. I learnt so much from his classical life drawing course and would highly recommend him to anyone looking to further their figure drawing skills. So much gratitude :)”


“Scott is a really talented artist and excellent teacher. I feel lucky to have been able to do some classes with him, I learned a lot.”


“Fantastic course- the best i have come across for life drawing.. I really enjoyed it. Scott has structured the sessions really well, with excellent supporting notes and lots of guided practice in class. I will definitely be doing the class again later in the year. Thanks Scott. 😍”