ABOUT THIS CLASS
The focus of this class is building foundation skills and finished work for your portfolio. Students will develop a series of finished works in a variety of media. The class structure reflects an Academic approach of learning covering such core concepts as gesture, contour, and value developed through modeling, foreshortening, form construction, composition and color theory. These concepts will be introduced through short lectures with demonstrations and reinforced with visual references. After introducing the concepts to be covered the Instructor will work one on one with the students and the class as a whole.
Students will work from the human form, landscape and still life objects. Exercises will focus on drawing and painting in graphite, charcoal, ink and gouache and will last for two weeks.
This class is ideal for the beginner and advanced student and all are encouraged to pre-register.
Students are able to apply for the Thompson Family Foundation Scholarship for this class and will be asked to contribute work and attend the annual Scholarship Exhibition. Please follow the link to the scholarship page of our website http://woodstockschoolofart.org/about/scholarships/ and upload the high school scholarship application. Please submit for approval before the first class you plan on attending. The scholarship will cover the tuition for this class.
Students should come prepared for class with the materials specified (please see materials list) and are responsible for a $10 model fee per class.
Students should arrive prior to start time of the class to set up their easel and art materials. Any student unable to attend class is required to notify the office through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-679-2388.
In an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits. Additionally, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne or scents of any kind. Learn more.
$150/4 consecutive classes.
June 8–August 17, Thursdays, 5–8 PM