Drawing From Observation with instructor Francisco Palomares Tues 7 to 9 PM and Sun, 1 to 3 8 Lessons, Sun, Jan. 7 to Tues Jan. 30 Recommended for ages 13 to adult
This course is an introduction to observational drawing and composition to develop the ability to perceive and define shape, contour, volume, space, and light using a variety of drawing media and subject matter. Emphasis is on clarity of observation and the ability to order and translate 3-dimensional form and space onto a 2-dimensional drawing.
Course Objectives: 1. Develop visual perception as it pertains to translating 3D form on a 2D surface. 2. Develop manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination in the practice of drawing. 3. Accurately represent form and volume both simple and complex using observation in a spatial context. 4. Develop proficiency and awareness in composition as it pertains to drawing. 5. Develop proficiency in the use of line, value, shape and surface texture as it pertains to light logic. . 6. Develop an aesthetic for preparing and presenting the required work neatly in a portfolio.
Please bring the following materials to the first class: SOFT VINE CHARCOAL EXACTO KNIFE PRISMACOLOR PENCIL SET 12 CLR PRESSED CHARCOAL STICK PEEL OFF CHARCOAL PENCIL / HARD PEEL OFF CHARCOAL PENCIL / MED PEEL OFF CHARCOAL PENCIL / SOFT KNEADED ERASER STAEDLER PENCILS HB, 2B, 4B, 6B 14”x17” SKETCHBOOK- SHARPENER PENCIL SANDBLOCK
Enroll NOW for Classes beginning Sunday January 7 Class meets 4 Sunday afternoons, 1:00 to 3:00 AND 4 Tuesday evenings, 7:00 to 9:00 for a total of 8 Lessons in the month of January.
Class Fee: $280, if attending both Sunday & Tuesday. (8 lessons) If you cannot attend both days, choose Sunday only or Tuesday only and pay just $140 for 4 Lessons
About the Instructor Francisco Palomares
Francisco Palomares earned his BFA degree in Painting and Drawing at Cal State Long Beach in 2015, and has studied painting in China at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, and in Italy, at the Academy de Belle Art in Florence. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries in China, Beverly Hills, Hollywood and Los Angeles. Francisco's lifelong fascination with the artists of the Renaissance, and the European tradition of the court painter's idealized depictions of royalty lends his portraits of everyday workers and "homies" a sense of dignity and grace. to see more of this amazing young artist's work, please visit his website: https://www.palomaresblvd.com/home/
552. W. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel, CA 91776 Call us at (626)-993-4021 to schedule your FREE trial art lesson today!