Elements of Drawing / Summer 24/ Thu *NEW*

$281.00

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Elements of Drawing *NEW*
James Cox

Course # 113.5  Cost:$261
Begins July 11/ Thu 6:00-8:00PM

This class will focus on the fundamental elements of drawing. Experienced artists and complete beginners are highly encouraged to join! The goal of this class is to strengthen the students ability to not only draw better, but also fully understand the concepts behind what makes a successful drawing. Perspective, shading, composition, proportion, are crucial tools to a successful draftsperson. Together we will demystify the secrets of the old masters and their drawing techniques.

This class meets once a week for 8 weeks. 

A $20 registration fee will be added to your total. 

Please see below for supply list requirements!

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Supply list for this class:

-Drawing pencils, recommended Staedtler mars lumograph drawing pencils (set of 12 6B-4h)
-kneaded eraser and regular pencil eraser
-pencil sharpener
-Strathmore 400 series book of drawing paper medium surface 9×12 size
-ruler (12 inch minimum)
OPTIONAL SUPPLIES
-Toned paper
-Colored pencils and oil pastels
-pens

James Cox Bio:
I am an artist and art educator from Staten Island. I have been studying visual art since high school. I attended LaGuardia high school of visual and performing arts where I developed a love for drawing and oil painting. I then attended Pratt Institute where I studied illustration and communications design, applying my knowledge of traditional media to modern picture making projects. I then studied at Brooklyn College in their early childhood education program where I received my masters degree in art education. For the past 3 years, I have been making art and teaching at Staten Island academy as the 2-D art teacher. In 2022, I was able to study at Grand Central Atelier in Brooklyn, where I studied classical drawing techniques, as well as spent time learning with acclaimed art teacher Ken Goshen at a private studio in Chelsea. In both programs, I drew and painted from the live model, as well as casts, to fully uncover the techniques found in classical aesthetics. My personal approach as an artist draws from all the wonderful approaches and practices I have studied and I am so very excited to return to Art Lab to share the knowledge I’ve acquired the past few years.

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