This course is designed to further develop the student’s observational drawing skill set. Through in-class projects students will work towards making a transition from the observational approaches of figure drawing and still life to working from both photo sources and the imagination, as well as other hybrid approaches. With a blend of traditional and contemporary drawing techniques in dry and wet media, students will explore the use of line, shape, colour and value to enhance the expressive possibilities of drawing. All projects will take the form of completed drawings completed in class. NOTE: This is an intermediate drawing class. Introduction to Drawing or previous drawing experience is recommended. INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
Summer 2021: 8 Weeks: Tuition: $355 + Model Fee: $30 = $385
PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID 19, special policies and regulations will apply. Students must be in agreement with these health and safety regulations and TSA's policies in order to enrol.Notes: Summer 2021- course will be taught by Andy Fabo Andy Fabo is a Toronto artist, art critic, independent curator and art educator. Since his first solo show at A Space in Toronto in 1979, he has exhibited across Canada and internationally. In 2005 he was given a retrospective at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. He is the author of several essays and reviews in Canadian periodicals (C Magazine, Descant, Parachute, Fuse) as well as many exhibition catalogues. He has taught in many Canadian universities, including McMaster, York, Brock and U of T. His paintings and drawings are in museum collections across Canada and his videos (collaborations with Michael Balser), have screened globally and are in numerous North American and European collections.
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