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Residents of a long-term care facility receive a life-drawing session from a comfortable armchair

Defeat Bingo in the afternoon! Residents of a long-term care facility will be asked to pose by a “nice and handsome man” and receive a life-drawing session from the comfort of an armchair.

  • Residents of a long-term care facility were depicted grinning while drawing a picture of their lives.
  • Amateur artists squinted hard to focus on male nude models
  • The class was a big hit, so the inhabitants were more promised in the future

A group of women living in a care facility had a great time honing their art skills in a life-drawing session with a male nude model.

Members of Sherwood Grange’s home in Kingston Vale, western London, sat down for a class depicting their lives on Wednesday-and the photo shows that the inhabitants were very pleased with their subject. ..

Rosemary Lester, one of the inhabitants of the session, closes one eye so she can focus properly on the subject while posing with one leg on a stool and a ski pole. Was drawn.

Another resident, Molly Wheeldon, was portrayed with a smile on her face while one of the care home staff placed her arms around her.

Residents of the Sherwood Grange Care Home in Kingston Vale, western London, spent the afternoon in life-drawing classes.Photo: Jenny Proudrab, looks completely unmoved by nude models

Up-and-coming art student Rosemary Lester closed one eye to take a closer look at her subject and make sure she produced the correct work.

Up-and-coming art student Rosemary Lester closed one eye to take a closer look at her subject and make sure she produced the correct work.

With a pencil in his hand, Rosemary observed a model posing on ski poles, and his legs were lifted with a stool.

With a pencil in his hand, Rosemary observed a model posing on ski poles, and his legs were lifted with a stool.

Stay there and don't move!Rosemary needed to make sure that the angle she was capturing was perfect

Stay there and don’t move!Rosemary needed to make sure that the angle she was capturing was perfect

Later when Molly was asked what she enjoyed most about the session, she replied: “I can’t answer that!”

She added: “It was a lot of fun doing something different. It was very relaxing.”

Keeping things professional, up-and-coming art genius Jenny Proudrab was portrayed as enthusiastic about her paintings-a well-placed glass of shots covered the model’s private area. ..

The all-female art students were depicted proudly exhibiting their work at the end of the session.

Resident Molly Wheeldon grinned as she took a closer look at her subject while the staff deliberately looked at her.

Resident Molly Wheeldon grinned as she took a closer look at her subject while the staff deliberately looked at her.

Molly (second photo from right) said the session felt

Molly (second photo from right) said the session felt “relaxed”.

The art genius looked focused and deep when they focused on creating masterpieces

The art genius looked focused and deep when they focused on creating masterpieces

At the end of the session, the students proudly exhibited their work of art for the camera-and they were promised to take another life-drawing class soon.

At the end of the session, the students proudly exhibited their work of art for the camera-and they were promised to take another life-drawing class soon.

Kristina Jakunskiene, manager of Sherwood Grange, said the afternoon was “memorable” for both residents and staff.

She states: “Life in our care home is to help people enjoy a more independent and fulfilling life.

“Unfortunately, the session had to end, but based on the reaction from the residents and the wonderful drawings they created, there is no doubt that we will welcome more models in the future.”

The Sherwood Grange, run by CareUK, has received excellent reviews from the Care Quality Commission.

The website states that the inhabitants “enjoy a truly wonderful lifestyle, full of diverse and rich creative activities and experiences.”

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