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Welcome to our blog - RAM members and non-members alike! This will be used periodically to put up things of interest/importance for RAM. The watchwords for our models are competence, conduct and reliability. We are the premier register for life models in the UK. All our models are auditioned or referenced. We also do ID checks on artists to ensure models' safety. These measures together help us provide the best service possible, both to models and artists. Register of Artists' Models website is: www.modelreg.co.uk. Our life drawing hen party site is: www.henpartieslondon.blogspot.com

Friday, 26 June 2015

Swindon Life Drawing Classes


Monthly, Sunday untutored Life Drawing workshops. Timing 10.00 - 16.00. Booking essential, no drop in allowed. Wide variety of models used.
Venue is a light airy hall c/w free parking, kitchen with fridge for your lunch. Tea, coffee, infusions at break times, included in fee.
£32 without easel or £37.50 including easel hire.
Contact Rosemarie Orwin info@modelled.me.uk info@modelled.me.uk

MODELS please note: only RAM models are employed

Wiltshire Life Drawing Class

Quarterly, half day, Wednesday untutored Life Drawing workshops. Timing 10.00 - 13.00. Booking essential, no drop in allowed. Wide variety of models used.
Venue is a light airy hall in the scenic village of Broad Hinton near Marlborough c/w free parking. Tea, coffee, infusions during the break included in fee and exclusive 15% discount off your lunch and non alcoholic beverages purchased from the local Public House on workshop days
£22 without easel or £24 including easel hire. Contact Rosemarie Orwin rosemarie@modelled.me.uk  Link to website http://www.modelled.me.uk/dates_prices.html

RAM model in RA Summer Exhibition!

RAM model Bea Green writes: "I would like to share with you that a painting of me by an artist I model for, Errol Neill,is hung in the RA exhibition. It was chosen as on of the 25 "Best of British" works!  I'm quite chuffed to think I'm hanging in his place...lol!   Its not a nude piece, it's one of me in a dress, actually one I don't wear very often,below the knee is too long for me, usually it's pelmets!  It's number 99 in the exhibition."

Well done, Bea!