One of the ways art students trained in the 19th century was by drawing from great works of art in museums. In this course, we will address the ways hatching and cross hatching help us to create form and at the same time add to the design and flow of a work of art. Note this is different than the course offered in the spring which focused on sculpture and on plane structure. In the Galleries students will draw from master paintings, drawings, and prints to expand their appreciation of what drawing has been and can be. Students will develop new ways of seeing and develop their own personal interest and style. Because of important museum safety rules all materials will be provided, for example we will draw with graphite only.
TUITION: $150 + FEES: $20
Patsea Cobb was an Associate Professor of drawing at the Art Institute of Boston for thirteen years where she taught figure sculpture and figure drawing, as well as basic drawing. Nathan Goldstein was the head of the department. He wrote The Art of Responsive Drawing. Her mentor, Demetrios, was an apprentice to Antoine Bourdelle who was an apprentice to Rodin.
All materials will be provided.
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