By popular request, RAA again offers “Drawing the Figure in Proportion”

By popular request, RAA again offers “Drawing the Figure in Proportion”

Struggling to get human proportions right? Perplexed by foreshortening? Intimidated by quick gestures drawings? Wishing you could capture the body in motion? Help is here.

Judith Kunzlé, a Bay Area figurative artist, and the Rossmoor Art Association offer a four-part workshop on “Drawing the Human Figure in Proportion.” Back by popular request, the workshop is Wednesday mornings, from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, stating on February 14 and running through March 7 in Studio Two. 

The cost for four, three-hour sessions is $225 and includes a human proportion chart and moveable paper models to keep for future use, plus the fee for a model in the forth session. 

Whether you have never drawn the human figure before or you are a fairly experienced artist, this workshop will give you new tools and confidence to draw from a live model, from photographs and video, or from your imagination.​

Kunzlé’s approach to figure drawing is focused on understanding the proportions of the human figure. Students learn to focus on the body as a whole, seeing the overall mass as well as the outlines.

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