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SUMMER 2017 School of the Arts Schedule


54. THE FIGURE: A LONG AND SHORT POSE - KEN GOLDMAN


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  1. 1Mon Jul 10, 2017 - Fri Jul 14, 2017 Monday-Friday, 10 AM-1 PM

If you participate in figure sketch groups, what we do in this workshop will add a whole new dimension to your appreciation of the figure drawing process.

 

On day one, with poses ranging in length from 2 to 20 minutes and perhaps a 40-minute pose toward the end, we will focus primarily on effective ways to simplify and depict the figure in terms of gesture, rhythm, design, flat shapes and simplified light/dark areas.

 

On day two, a different model will hold a single pose for three hours, and on the last three days, a third model will hold one repeating pose till the end of the workshop. This combination of short and long poses will allow students not only to practice gesture and rhythm, but to also to learn how gesture and rhythm form the basis for successful longer poses. Deeper study of anatomy will be shared on a “want to know” basis. 

 

Mon–Fri, 10 AM–1 PM

July 10–14 (5 days)

Logan Heights Studio

$200/220 (includes model)

 

Materials: You do not need to buy everything on this list. Only buy materials that relate to the medium you plan to work with. Bring your own favorite materials or try my supplies, which are listed here:

 

drawing board with clips; 18” x 24” newsprint and regular 18” x 24” drawing pad; soft vine charcoal sticks; General (the name of the brand) 4B charcoal pencil or, if you prefer, graphite pencils, 2B and 4B; razor for sharpening pencils; kneaded eraser.



13. PLEIN AIR IN THE GOLDEN HOUR - KEN GOLDMAN


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  1. 1Mon Jul 24, 2017 - Fri Jul 28, 2017 Monday-Friday, 4:30-7:30 PM

Artists enjoy painting the golden hour because everything becomes progressively more interesting and exciting as shadows lengthen and one is forced to work quickly. Daily demonstrations in oil, pastel and watercolor will be short to allow students time to work. Since instruction is individual, artists at any level may participate and paint whatever type of scene they prefer. On the first day we will meet at Kate Sessions Park, 5115 Soledad Road, in Pacific Beach, on the grass next to the turnaround. Class size is limited.

 

Mon–Fri, 4:30–7:30 PM

July 24–28 (5 days)

On Location, Starting at Kate Sessions Park

5115 Soledad Road, Pacific Beach

Meet on grass next to turnaround

$160/180

 

Materials: Students should bring their preferred media for this class.

 

For those using pastels: Rembrandt, box of 90 or 180, or NuPastel, box of 96; Canson brand pastel paper #429, 426, or 431 (quartered); Masonite drawing board at least ¼” x 20” x 24”; paper towels; masking tape.

 

For those using oils: French easel or lap pocket; stretched canvas or canvas board, up to 16” x 20”; brushes #1, 2, 4, 6, 8 (two of each); odorless Turpenoid; small cup or jar; rags; small hand mirror; a warm and cool tube of at least seven colors: Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson, Raw Sienna, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Permalba White. Optional: Raw Umber, Scarlet Lake.

 

For those using watercolors: at least the same range of colors as the oil painters—but no white; flat or pointed brushes; watercolor blocks; chair or easel; Kleenex. Please be sure to bring an extra canvas or extra paper in case you have time to begin a second painting.




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