Students will work from a live model in order to produce finished drawings and/ or paintings. Students will work in pencil, charcoal, pastels or oils. Capturing a likeness is emphasized. Color and techniques in oil and pastel are covered.
|TUESDAYS||May 22, 2018||7:00-9:30pm||Christine Mitzuk||10 weeks||$200|
|THURSDAYS||May 24, 2018||7:00-9:30pm||Laura Tundel||10 weeks||$200|
|TUESDAYS||Sep. 11, 2018||7:00-9:30pm||Stacy Andrews||15 weeks||$260|
|WEDNESDAYS||Sep. 26, 2018||4:15-6:45pm||Andy Sjodin||15 weeks||$260|
|THURSDAYS||Sep. 13, 2018||7:00-9:30pm||Laura Tundel||15 weeks||$260|
|TUESDAYS||Jan. 22, 2019||7:00-9:30pm||Stacy Andrews||15 weeks||$260|
|WEDNESDAYS||Jan. 23, 2019||4:15-6:45pm||Andy Sjodin||15 weeks||$260|
|THURSDAYS||Jan. 24, 2019||7:00-9:30pm||Laura Tundel||15 weeks||$260|
Gain a better understanding of how to portray a clothed figure. Emphasis will be placed on the visible form, gesture, and underlying structure. We'll also explore differing characteristics of fabric, types of folds, and selecting from nature to create a visually pleasing picture. Using the sight-size method, students will develop a minimum of 3 costumed figure studies. This 15-week class will be broken into 3 five-week poses. Each pose will feature different costuming. Depending on skill level, students are welcome to work in pencil, charcoal, or oil paint.
|TUESDAYS||Jan. 23, 2018||4:15-6:45pm||Christine Mitzuk||15 weeks||$250|