Cassie Wong a.k.a. Cassielelolea is a self taught Malaysian artist and also founder of Le Art Shop, an online shop offering high quality art tools. Cassie's personal learning experience is extremely helpful for beginners to learn in a relaxing way from the start.


This self-taught artist based in Kuala Lumpur fostered her love for visual arts and design over the years from multiple roles throughout her career involving graphics and product designs to handmade wearable pieces. A six-months working holiday in New Zealand has broaden her perspective in executing works of art in various ways.


temu house is excited to have Cassie Wong guide a life drawing session this October. The 2.5 hours session will be available for a small group to explore and enhance their life drawing skills.


30th Oct 22, Sunday 6pm - 8.30pm

RM90 per person


Items Provided:

  • easels (limited, first come first serve)

  • drawing boards & clips

  • basic art supplies for use at the venue i.e. paper, charcoal, pencils, pastel, etc. with a min. donation of RM5


Note:

Our model for the evening will be Bissme.

This is a nude life drawing session.

All levels of drawing experience are welcome.

This is not a class.


Code of Etiquette for Life Drawing/ Figure Drawing Sessions It is of utmost importance, and it is expected and understood, that everyone adhere to the following code of etiquette whenever you are participating in any of our life drawing/ figure drawing sessions. You are deemed to have understood and agreed to the following when you sign up:

  • Do NOT take photographs of the model, unless you are prompted to do so by the facilitator

  • Do NOT touch the model

  • Do NOT invade the model’s personal space and always observe social distancing

  • Do NOT speak with the model during posing. Speak to the facilitator if you need anything at all.

  • We do not tolerate any verbal or physical insult to our models, which includes but not limited to commenting the model's body or appearance. You will be asked to leave immediately, and no refund will be made in such circumstances

  • If you would like to compliment the model's work, keep language in a drawing-sense

  • If a model is comfortable, they may approach you about your work, but this interaction should never be initiated by the artist. If you have a question, refer to the facilitator

  • Do NOT ask the model out on a date, or ask any personal questions. This is not a social environment for artists and models, this is drawing/painting time for artists and the model is at work

  • Do NOT critique work unless asked (this goes for artists and models)

Almost all life drawing studio etiquette is based around respect for the model. Remember, the model is putting themselves in a vulnerable position for the benefit of the artists, so keeping models happy and comfortable is our first priority.

Please show the utmost respect for all models at all times.

We encourage you to let your creativity flow on your paper or canvas. Draw! Paint! Create! Learn! Talk to other artists! Talk to the facilitator! This will allow for everyone to continue to create and learn in a safe space.