ALL ASPECTS OF DRAWING
Tuesdays 7 – 8:30pm
Session I – September 6, 13, 20, 27, 2016 – $120/4 classes
Session II – November 8, 15, 22, 29, December 6, 13, 2016 – $180/6 classes
Session III – January – April 2017 – $240/8 classes (dates below)
Dates: Jan.31, Feb. 7, 14, 28, March 7, 21, 28, April 11
Continuing study of drawing with nationally recognized award winning artist Vladislav Yeliseyev. Vladislav is classically trained in Russia and successfully practicing his art for 40 years, 25 of which in the US. Vladislav offers academic studies of drawing for beginners and advanced students: figure, landscape, still life and more. Individualized program for each student. See description of academic drawing below.
Age: adults, teens
Level: all levels
Register with credit card or PayPal below. You don’t need PayPal account to pay with credit card. We accept all major credit cards. If you would like to pay by check or cash, please email us the details. Other Terms and Policies
- Cancellation Policy:
- Students who cancel their registration more than 7 days in advance of the first class, will receive a refund minus registration fee of $30.
- Students who cancel their registration 7 days or less in advance of the first day of the session have only one option is to transfer the tuition paid towards the registration of a new (not already registered) student into the session they will miss; No refunds or credits.
The course is based on classical academic program. Good for students with some knowledge of basic drawing and those who would like to improve. This class is intended to provide the student of figure drawing with the technical information necessary to draw the single human figure convincingly in various positions. This course will utilize casts, still life and live models in class. The exercises are primarily designed to stimulate seeing the figure in its’ entirety and apply methods of measurement that allow the student to manipulate the visual information with knowledge and confidence. In this regard, drawing from observation is stressed, but certain theoretical concerns such as classical symmetry and proportion are addressed as well.