A vibrant and glowing life drawing session in the middle of East London. That’s how we spice up Monday evenings. This two hours session was quicker over than anticipated but gave us plenty of time to experiment with the neon crayons and pens on yellow, pink or white paper. The disco dance floor added a unique lighting to the already greatly painted model and performer Frankie. She was wearing the work of Jylle Navarro, the founder and host of this unusual but so refreshing creative get-together downstairs at The Queen of Hoxton. The accessory and jewellery seem indeed to be an extension of Jylle’s creations.
I highly recommend to try this session which will get you out of your comfort zone. Don’t take the drawing too seriously and be open for new inspiration though. Check out the Neon Naked website and book tickets for you and a friend for an upcoming event. If you’re still hesitating … well, look at those astonishing and beautiful pictures below which are from our session this week.