May
25
Jun 29

Foundations of Creating Space

  • The Teaching Studios of Art

In Foundations of Creating Space, is a course designed to teach you how to create real space in your paintings. It provides a survey of important concepts for depicting space. An artist always utilizes a collection of visual concerts in the creation of a drawing or painting and this class is designed to expound on some of the most foundational concepts of representational art. Topics such as linear perspective, color theory and light will be the primary topics of discussion.

May
25
Jun 29

Quick Sketch Portrait Painting

  • The Teaching Studios of Art

Quick Sketch Portrait Painting will focus on sketching a quick likeness of the model in oils.  Students will begin by blocking in the biggest shapes first, and adding details later. Instruction will be given on very specific techniques to capture the proportions, tilts, angles and graphic shapes of the head. The portrait sketch is a great way to get more comfortable with direct painting.


Jun
5
Jun 9

Portrait Drawing

  • The Art Students League of New York

In this class participants will investigate the foundational elements of portrait drawing. During the course of five sessions each student will construct one portrait so that each lesson can be thoroughly studied and implemented. Beginning with introductory strategies on how to effectively place the proportions of a live model onto paper. The class will then progress to the articulation of form by means of light, perspective, and structure. By sequentially implementing simple to complex concepts students will gain a greater awareness of these foundational elements and their implementation in portrait drawing. In addition, topics pertaining to anatomy and design will be presented and tailored to the needs of each student. Lessons will take the form of demonstrations and individual critiques according to each participant’s needs.

Mar
20
Apr 3

Improve Your Figure Drawing (3 sessions) with Edmond Rochat

  • New York New Church

Intermediate Figure Drawing (3 sessions) with Artist Edmond Rochat - Mondays, March 20th, 27th and April 3rd 

Students will focus on three main concepts in figure drawing during this course: proportion/gesture, perspective and lighting form. 

Each session starts with a drawing demonstration by the instructor and an exercise for participants to practice. Students will then work from a live figure model for the rest of the session while receiving individual guidance from the instructor. This class is designed to break figure drawing down into clear ideas to create definitive goals so noticeable progress can be gained. By working with clear objectives students should expect to see significant growth in their work. 

Session 1: Proportion/gesture, through exercises and practice students work to train their eyes to see proportion and gesture more clearly giving their figure drawings a more natural feel. 

Session 2: Perspective, students add linear perspective to their drawing to make their figure drawings appear to occupy space and have depth. 

Session 3: Lighting, while a large subject, students will learn how light falls on form and how that can be used to enhance the drama in their work.

Feb
27
Mar 3

Portrait Drawing

  • The Art Students League of New York

In this class participants will investigate the foundational elements of portrait drawing. During the course of five sessions each student will construct one portrait so that each lesson can be thoroughly studied and implemented. Beginning with introductory strategies on how to effectively place the proportions of a live model onto paper. The class will then progress to the articulation of form by means of light, perspective, and structure. By sequentially implementing simple to complex concepts students will gain a greater awareness of these foundational elements and their implementation in portrait drawing. In addition, topics pertaining to anatomy and design will be presented and tailored to the needs of each student. Lessons will take the form of demonstrations and individual critiques according to each participant’s needs.

Feb
6
Mar 27

Portrait Painting with Chelsea Classical Studio

  • Chelsea Classical Studio

In this class participants will investigate the foundation elements of portrait painting. During the course of four days each student will construct one portrait. Each day will be comprised of a different set of concepts and techniques which build progressively on each other. Beginning with Introductory strategies on how to effectively place the proportions of the model onto a two- dimensional surface the class will then progress to the articulation of form by means of light, perspective, and structure. In addition to these fundamental concepts the instructor will supplement the lesson with the use of materials when pertinent. additionally topics pertaining to anatomy and design will also be presented and tailored to the needs of each student. Lessons will take the form of demonstrations and individual critiques according to each participant’s needs.

Jan
12
Feb 16

Structural Figure Drawing

  • the Teaching Studios of Art

In Structural Figure Drawing, we will focus on the simple geometric solids that are an important supplement of an artist’s thinking in order to draw and paint with accuracy and efficiency. In this class students will study the basic geometric structures and their application to the human body. The first three lessons will consist of drawing from geometric solids such as the cube, cone, sphere and cylinder. Careful attention will be given to their unique architecture and how to effectively model each form in charcoal. Then working from a live model these geometric solids will be applied to the forms of the body with special consideration given to the portrait. Through these investigations students will become sensitized to how the most basic geometric forms can help simplify and clarify the complexities of the human body.

Jan
12
Feb 16

Quick Sketch Portrait Painting

  • 115 Audrey Avenue Oyster Bay, NY, 11771 United States

Quick Sketch Portrait Painting will focus on sketching a quick likeness of the model in oils.  Students will begin by blocking in the biggest shapes first, and adding details later. Instruction will be given on very specific techniques to capture the proportions, tilts, angles and graphic shapes of the head. The portrait sketch is a great way to get more comfortable with direct painting.

Oct
27
Dec 8

Quick Sketch Portrait Painting

  • The Teaching Studios of Art

Quick Sketch Portrait Painting will focus on sketching a quick likeness of the model in oils.  Students will begin by blocking in the biggest shapes first, and adding details later. Instruction will be given on very specific techniques to capture the proportions, tilts, angles and graphic shapes of the head. The portrait sketch is a great way to get more comfortable with direct painting.

Sep
26
Sep 30

Portrait Drawing at the Art Students League of New York

  • The Art Students League of New York
In this class participants will investigate the foundational elements of portrait drawing. During the course of four sessions each student will construct one portrait so that each lesson can be thoroughly studied and implemented. Beginning with introductory strategies on how to effectively place the proportions of a live model onto paper, the class will then progress to the articulation of form by means of light, perspective, and structure. By sequentially implementing simple to complex concepts students will gain a greater awareness of these foundational elements and their implementation in portrait drawing. In addition, topics pertaining to anatomy and design will be presented and tailored to the needs of each student. Lessons will take the form of demonstrations and individual critiques according to each participant’s needs.

In this class participants will investigate the foundational elements of portrait drawing. During the course of four sessions each student will construct one portrait so that each lesson can be thoroughly studied and implemented. Beginning with introductory strategies on how to effectively place the proportions of a live model onto paper, the class will then progress to the articulation of form by means of light, perspective, and structure. By sequentially implementing simple to complex concepts students will gain a greater awareness of these foundational elements and their implementation in portrait drawing. In addition, topics pertaining to anatomy and design will be presented and tailored to the needs of each student. Lessons will take the form of demonstrations and individual critiques according to each participant’s needs.