Level I Classical Drawing – Session 2
February 4 - June 3$260
Youth Students Ages 8-13 | 4 Sessions
One Saturday monthly 3:30-6:15 pm
2023 Session Dates- Mar. 11, Apr. 22, Apr 29, Jun. 3
In these progressively oriented Saturday art lessons, the fine art objective is to develop drawing and seeing skills in the serious young artist, ranging in age from 8 – 18. First-time students begin by learning the three important moments of the start of a drawing: 1) the envelope, 2) the separation of light from shadow, and 3) the five-value scale. No matter what age, Michela will work with your young artist at their own level with their own personal set-up in their own space. All age students are comfortable in the classroom.
Simple still life of boxes and bottles are used for practice with perspective and proportion under a single light source. Students draw with charcoal on toned paper. Participants will learn how to see and successfully articulate monumental shapes of light and shadow, create the illusion of depth and fully realize tonal relationships. The Charles Bargue Drawing Course will be introduced during the second semester.
[All the supplies needed for the 5 sessions will be provided by the instructor for a $30 fee, paid directly to instructor at the first session]
About the Artist Instructor: Our long-time instructor, Michela Mansuino, is an instructor at Studio Incamminati, where she graduated in in 2017, an Atelier for the study of humanist realism in Philadelphia. Her awards are numerous, including two honorable mentions from the Portrait Society of America, first prize in the Strictly Painting Competition, Finalist in the ARC International Salon. Michela continues to teach the Youth Program at The Arts of Great Falls on weekends, bringing classical art instruction to her youth students. website=www.mansuino.com