Artwork by Matt Tanzi
Throughout history, artists have strived to set themselves apart from the artists who came before them. What makes the art of an individual unique? Is there more than one way to communicate the same idea? Together we will discover the ways artists from the Modern Era through present day use art history to inform how they draw the human figure. We will use what we discover to inform our own abstract figure drawing process. All levels of experience are welcome!
10/4-11/8 (6 sessions) 6:30-8:30 pm Wednesday
Tuition: $200 + $50 supply fee
380 Cumberland Room D-1
Matt Tanzi is an animator and high school educator working in Portland, ME. After earning his Master of Fine Arts degree from MECA&D in 2015, he dedicated his career to creative problem solving and how artwork can be a medium for storytelling. After spending years as a freelancer, Tanzi has pivoted his career towards education and his own studio practice. His current projects include graphic novels and video game design.