Play with color in oil pastel while you learn the basics of drawing. Students will develop an understanding of gesture, proportion, and structural anatomy by working from a costumed model every week.
Discover diverse approaches to drawing that go beyond pencil and paper, learn the basics of drawing and then mix wet and dry mediums like ink, watercolor, and graphite powder to achieve multi-layered creations.
Dive deep into figure drawing fundamentals in this exploration of proportion and value relationships. Learn to create the illusion of three dimensions by manipulating light and shadow using a reductive/additive method with charcoal, graphite, and white chalk.
Hone your figure drawing and design skills with guided practice from a nude model by developing a strategic approach to constructing a realistic person from life by studying proportion, gesture, comparative measurement, and value.
Scholarships are need based and are available for all youth programs. Scholarship applications are due in April 2019 for all 2019 summer youth programs. Apply here.
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