Drawing consists of three basic tenants: understanding perspective, understanding light, and understanding the structure of the object. In this intensive workshop, we will look at these three ideas and develop a practice for applying them. It is impossible to learn how to draw in a day. Instead, students will leave knowing how to approach any drawing as its own individual set of problems; problems which can be easily solved by applying these three basic tenants.
Students who sign up for this class will also receive a digital resources packet which will allow them to continue their study long after the course is over.
There will be a lunch break (students bring their own lunch) where the class will reflect on the morning's work and will have the time to socialize while leafing through beautiful art books of old master drawings and paintings provided by the instructor.
About the instructor :
Kalin Thomas is an award winning self-taught oil painter. His work reflects on Classical and Renaissance styles with a special interest in composition. He began his career in Brisbane, Australia and now lives with his family in Burlington working full time as an artist from his studio in the South End.