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10/13/2021

Figure Drawing Workshops in Person: Nude in Lambertville!

During the workshop, we will practice a variety of drawing techniques, such as graphite pencils, colored pencils, charcoal, Conte crayon but watercolor is also welcome. The poses will vary in length, from quick gestural poses to longer ones.
10/13/2021

Open Drawing Sessions | Drawing the Head, 3/4 view

This Open Drawing Session is dedicated to the head in 3/4 view. In previous ODS sessions we focused on the front and side view of the head, focusing on its typical proportions and proper positioning of the facial features. Drawing the head in a ¾ view will expand and refine our understanding of the volumes and proportions of the head.
10/05/2021

Drawing with… Raphael!

Raphael was undoubtedly one of the greatest draftsman of the Renaissance. This drawing session is dedicated to copy one or two of his gorgeous drawings, practicing his elegant and impeccable technique, studying his compositions and the dynamism of the figures.

Join me on Tuesday October 12, for a 2:30 hours drawing session on Zoom to discover and appreciate the art and style of one of the great Masters of the Renaissance.
06/11/2021

Urban Art Meets Global Art

04/20/2021

Webinar for Portrait Society of America

The human face is probably the most rewarding part of the human figure for an artist to draw or paint. Head and face can also be an intimidating subject because of its inherent structural and physiognomic complexities. The demonstration in this webinar is for the artist interested in portraiture and in mastering this challenging yet fascinating subject, focusing on some of the fundamentals of the head
03/29/2021

PAFA Pours: Dynamic Human Anatomy

Join author and artist Roberto Osti for a Q&A on his new book, Dynamic Human Anatomy. This latest publication picks up where Osti’s prior publication Basic Human Anatomy leaves off and offers artists and art students a deeper understanding of anatomy, including anatomy in motion. Osti will discuss the landmarks of the human body, systematically presented in the book, and how to apply this knowledge toward the practice of figure drawing. Throughout the presentation, the artist will discuss artworks created during various historical periods that can further exemplify the method. The last portion of the event will be devoted to Q&A and a quick drawing demonstration.
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