FUNDAMENTALS OF PORTRAITURE (D-5)

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FUNDAMENTALS OF PORTRAITURE (D-5)

355.00

Lucinda Cobley
All Levels
Tuesday,  6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
September 13 – November 15
10 weeks

During the late 14th century, Italian Renaissance artists began drawing on paper using combinations of red, black and white chalk and ink to make studies of the human form in preparation for their painting compositions. Sensitivity to proportion, form, line and surface were of great importance in these preparatory studies. This class will assist in helping to describe the anatomical form of the human head, including bone structure, muscles, skin tone and hair by referencing historical techniques. We will study the relationship of the head, neck, and shoulders and also attempt to capture a range of facial expressions in numerous quick sketches and drawings in Conté crayon and ink wash, (plus experiments with graphite and charcoal), on white and toned papers to gain an understanding of the fundamentals of portraiture.
+ Life model fee will be required for 8 out of the 10 sessions

THIS CLASS IS FULL

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