• Introduction-Intermediate
  • Drawing

This course contextualizes the use of the figure in art. The relationship of the figure to the surrounding space will be explored as a means to develop and expand on visual language skills. The model will engage with constructed and local environments to create compositional and conceptual challenges. Lectures will focus on the aesthetic, political or social meaning of the nude in historical and contemporary art. Media: mixed media, variety of paper.

Tuition: $475 | Model fee $95 | Total $570

Notes: It is recommended that students have some experience with basic life drawing.

Upcoming Sections

CodeInstructorDates & TimeDaysLengthRegister
102Martha EleenSept. 13, 2018 to Nov. 29, 2018
TERM - FALL 2018
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
12-week courses$570.00

What you will learn

  • visual language skills
  • image development
  • spatial exploration
  • figure studies
  • process-based art

Materials to Bring

Basic Supplies:

  • Charcoal: Vine (Willow) charcoal
  • Conte: orange and black
  • Ink, Chinese bamboo brush, nib size B5 and pen
  • Oil pastels (Pentel or Selectum are inexpensive (under $4)
  • White plastic eraser
  • bull clips
  • Cartridge or bond paper (white, 18” x 24”)
  • Thicker paper such as watercolour (smooth) or printmaking paper to support ink and washes.
  • Try a variety of papers: manilla, craft, vellum, and mylar.