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Live Model Figure Drawing – Day 1
April 13 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dates: Saturday, April 13 and April 20
Times: 10 am – 1 pm each Saturday
Fee: $60.00. Register in person at the Georgetown Art Center
Cash-check-credit card (American Express not accepted)
Class size: minimum 5; maximum 12
Age specific: For ages 18 or older only
2 three-hour Saturday Figure Drawing sessions (total 6 hours) with live model (draped/unclothed). The class will introduce and expand upon participants’ ability to render the human figure from life. A prior understanding of the materials and perspective drawing are highly encouraged.
The sessions will revolve around the study of proportion, structure and articulation of the human form as the primary means toward expressive drawing. Sessions will be loosely instructed through demonstration and individualized guidance by 3 Southwestern University Studio Art majors’–Katlyn Hellmer, Sophia Anthony, and Danbi Heo. (*see bio below)
Participants are to supply their own paper, pencils, charcoal, and conte crayon (suggested) OR are welcome to bring specialized drawing materials. The services of a live art model are available as are easels, tables and chairs.
The professional live art model for both sessions will be David Perkins, who has modeled for figure drawing at Austin Community College, Austin Visual Arts Association, the Art Institute of Austin, and Southwestern University.
Please note: the live art model draped or unclothes–please be courteous and respectful to everyone during studio sessions.
Katlyn Hellmer is a senior at Southwestern University and will graduate in Spring 2019 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Hellmer’s experimental work investigates concepts of Reception Theory. Her focuses are painting, drawing, and photography.
Sophia Anthony is a senior at Southwestern University and is expected to graduate in Spring 2019 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in studio art and a BA in physics. Her focuses include painting and drawing.
Danbi Heo is currently attending Southwestern Univeristy and her major is a BA in studio art (expected graduation, May 2019). Her major focuses are oil painting and drawing.