New figure drawing class offered in November

New figure drawing class offered in November

More interested in capturing the body in dynamic motion than drawing exact musculature? Having trouble getting the body proportions just right? Perplexed by perspective?
 
Bay Area figurative artist Judith Kunzlé addresses all of these in her Saturday-morning figure drawing lab. Kunzlé calls her class a “lab” because the class focuses on drawing the model in short poses, with emphasis on the figure in proportion.  Each class includes 2-minute, 5- and 10-minute, and some 20-minute poses.
 
The next session starts November 17 and runs through December 22 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm in Art Studio Two. Tuition is $130 for six three-hours classes. This covers a live model and instruction. Each class has a different focus and a different model.
 
Students may work in whatever medium they prefer. However, oil paints and solvents are not allowed in Studio Two.
 
Kunzlé’s instruction is based on her workshop “Drawing the Figure in Proportion.” The workshop is not a prerequisite, however. The class is open to anyone with some experience drawing from the life model. Experienced participants who wish to work on their own are also welcome.

For details, see ​http://rossmoorart.com/kunzleacute.html.

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