- New Commission Completed!
“In the Neighborhood”
Oil on canvas, 64″ x 40″
- Open Studios- October 10-11
- Sabbatical This Summer…
I am taking a sabbatical this summer from teaching to focus on a new commission. I look forward to my classes in the fall-either online or in the studio! Thank you to all the folks who joined me in my Zoom classes in quarantine.
In the fall I’ll be teaching “Fundamentals of Drawing” at the Art Students League, “Perspective Drawing” at the 92nd Street Y, and a new class “Interiors: Still Life, Perspective and the Figure in Charcoal and Pastel” at the New York School of the Arts.
To keep up-to-date about dates, times, online/studio status of these classes and for registration info, sign up for my Mailing List and I’ll send out an email with all the info when I have it.
I look forward to seeing everyone in the fall!
I invite you to learn how to draw with me at one of my classes in New York City or New Haven, CT. Enjoy personal attention and specific guidance on how to overcome common drawing and painting challenges. The classes focus on sharpening your observational skills, drawing subjects in proportion, understanding light and shadow, and composition. Expand your creative potential by gaining the skills required to express yourself through graphic media- and have fun doing it!
- Interiors: Still Life and Perspective in Charcoal and Pastel
Offered at the New York School of the Arts
Saturday 2pm – 5pm, Sunday 10am – 1pm
Learn the basic perspective and structural drawing skills you need to render an interior scene with furniture and still life objects. Students can work entirely in charcoal for the duration of the workshop or try developing their drawing in pastel on the second day. An introduction to color observation and color mixing with pastels will be included.
The class will be taught through demonstration, short lectures and individual coaching.
Note that additional safety protocols will be in place for this class.
- Plein Air Drawing at Central Park
Offered through The 92nd Street Y
Tue, Sep 15, 2020 – Tue, Oct 6, 2020
9:30 am – 12 pm ET
Students will learn the basics of composition and perspective as they translate the outdoor world into a graphic image through the process of drawing. Class will be taught outside on location with short demonstrations and individual coaching. In inclement weather, class will meet in the studio at 92nd Street Y or online.