During the 5 day course students will be lead through various stages of the figure painting process using a live model. Daily demonstrations and individualized critiques will acquaint students with basic and advanced concepts of understanding and deconstructing visual phenomena into separate organized elements, and develop a structured thought process for translating those elements accurately in paint.
Using a limited palette, students will work from one pose throughout the five days, and discuss the sight-size method, figure construction, visual anatomy, light and form, tonal relationships, palette organization and the “optical impression”.
Jordan Sokol is the Director of the U.S. branch of the Florence Academy of Art.
Please call the Lyme Art Association at (860) 434-7802 to register.
A non-refundable deposit to hold your place in this workshop is $300. The balance, $700 for non-members or $650 for members, is due before midnight on May 30, 2018. If the balance (or full payment) is not received by May 30, your space may be forfeited without notification.
If you register on or after May 30, please pay the full amount for the class. A $300 payment after May 30 does not reserve for you a place in the class.
Once the class is full, you may put your name on a waiting list.