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Keelkattalai Mondays 5:00am to 8:00 pm
Nanganallur Saturdays 5:00 to 6:00 pm
Nanganallur Sundays 9:00 to 10:00 am


Drawing :

Learning how to draw is easier than you think. Ever wanted to learn to draw? Have you daydreamed of just picking up a pencil and sketching? But inside there is a lingering doubt. A distant memory of a school teacher who told you once you were bad at art. An inner critic that holds you back…. Even before you begin. But what if you could learn to draw? What if the principles of drawing could help you to become more productive in other areas of your life. Would you give it a try? Feel the fear, and draw it anyway. Productivity is often linked to a fear of failure, an obsession with thinking rather than doing. Of reading one more book or enrolling on one more course until you are ‘ready’. Learning to draw forces you to face your fears head on and takes you

out of your comfort zone. To draw something, anything, for the first time is scary. You can feel very vulnerable when your work is out in the open for criticism especially before it is finished. To get productive you have to push through these blocks, accept it is not going to be perfect and get to work. A clear sign of procrastination is a blank page so put pencil to paper and the rewards can be fantastic. To have the confidence to draw out your problems will help you solve them quicker, and to be able to record that view you admired so much on your holiday with a pencil rather than a camera will be priceless.

At Trinity Academy we train students Free hand, Shading, Sketching, Dry Pastels, Oil Pastels, portrait, Cartoons and more in a very professional way.


The teachers will decide (if very young) whether students are ready for the class. Students must bring their own drawing kit without fail. Students have to express an interest in learning. They also must show a desire to improve their skills and practice what they learn at least three or four times a week. Students must be committed to a regular attendance and should notify the teachers/coordinator in advance if they are unable to attend the class on a particular day.