The Rochester Art Club announces another workshop with internationally acclaimed artist, Robert Liberace
September 12-16, 2016
Maximum Students: 19
As of August 25th there is only one spot left open!
The Figure and Portrait in Line and Wash
From the delicate hatching of silverpoint to the liquid washes of watercolor master artists have developed a rich assortment of techniques to create an image on paper. This class will explore many of these great traditions and practices. Each approach provides a distinctive perspective that allows artists to better understand form and render with greater fidelity. Artists as diverse as DaVinci and Sorolla will be looked at to see how each resolved issues related to drawing and painting. The first two days will be devoted to line drawing using silverpoint and pen and ink. The last three days will focus on watercolor in both monochrome and full color painting. A diversity of methods and techniques will be demonstrated in addition to a thorough analysis of form and anatomy.
A few examples of Rob’s work:
Silverpoint Pen and Ink Watercolor
For more information on Rob go to his website at www.robertliberace.com
Workshop is open to Rochester Art Club/New York Figure Study Guild members only until February 1, 2016 when it will open to the public. Max number of students will be 16. Any questions contact Suzi at email@example.com or 585-233-5645
Workshop Location & Time:
1115 E. Main St.
Rochester NY 14609
9am-4pm each day with an hour lunch break
Cost: Includes Model Fees
Rochester Art Club & New York Figure Study Guild members get registration priority until February 1st when it will open to the public.
RAC/NYFSG Tuition $ 550 Non members $585
A fee of $150 is due upon registration to hold your spot. Remaining balance may be paid in installments with final payment due no later than August 1, 2016
Workshop Coordinator: Suzi Zefting-Kuhn 585-233-5645 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions
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