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11/18/2021

Drawing with Georges Seurat!

Paul Cadmus was a fantastic draftsman, his artworks are a perfect example of the Florentine Structural Method, that he used to create gorgeous drawings of the human figure in incredible variety of poses: foreshortened, sitting, standing, at rest in action, and many portraits that capture expressions, beauty and mood of the sitter. This session of “Drawing with…” is dedicated to this great modern Master, that kept alive and developed and re-proposed in modern key, a 500 years old drawing method that spans back to the Renaissance and is one of the fundamental drawing methods that any artist would enjoy and benefit from practicing.
11/12/2021

Drawing with Kathe Kollwitz!

athe Kollwitz works are passionate, powerful, touching, in short, beautiful. This session of “Drawing with…” is dedicated to this master of expressionism that was able to capture the passions and emotions, struggles and toils of the common people during a period that spans both world wars. Her drawing techniques are varied and eclectic, and copying some of her artworks is an interesting and stimulating way to explore creative approaches in art making.
11/03/2021

Drawing with Hans Holbein the Younger!

Hans Holbein the Younger, a German artist active I the first half of the 16th Century, created an incredible amount of beautiful artworks for the English aristocracy and became King painter to Henry VIII. His drawing of Ladies and Gents, sometimes resulted in paintings, like the portrait of Thomas More that is exhibited at the Frick collection in New York City. These drawings are innumerable and all stunning, beautifully executed with great economy of lines but incredibly intense and realistic appearance. We can learn a lot from copying these works, so, join me on Tuesday…. for this 2 hour, online session of “Drawing with…”, to copy some of these masterpieces and study Holbein’s the Younger sublime technique.
11/01/2021

Online Course: The Joy of Watercolor #3

“The Joy of Watercolor” is becoming a classic course for the students that want learn, perfect or practice this medium while creating a variety of landscapes. Color theory and color mixing, even washes and gradations, textures, layering, wet on wet, wet on dry and dry brush are some of the techniques that we will discuss and practice during this six- three hours weekly sessions of “Landscapism”, a way to escape from it all spend a few hours painting, learning and socializing.
10/29/2021

Open Drawing Sessions | The Pelvis, from Skeleton to Skin

This 2 hour, online session, explores the pelvis, starting with the skeleton and gradually building up the muscles layers and the external forms. It is very important, for the figurative artist that wants to understand the sense of movement, stability and instability of a pose, to study the pelvis, this central volume of the body from where ribcage and legs stem, and site of center of balance. In addition to the anatomical and structural art of the pelvis, we will also create a few sketches of the external forms of this part of the body to better connect anatomy with figure drawing.
10/28/2021

Drawing with… Goya!

Goya’s sketches can be satirical, comic, tragic, political, fantastic. These quick vignettes, are masterfully executed and are delightful to copy. In this session of “Drawing with…” we will copy a few of his pen and ink quick monochromatic sketches that depict funny naughty old witches, people busy performing daily tasks, comical scenes. We will start drawing the scene in pencil, then use brown ink or watercolor washes for the main values and then refine the figures with pen and ink or a thin brush. You can also use this method to create quick compositional and tonal studies for your own artwork.
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