- Open Studios this weekend October 16 & 17
Erector Square Open Studios is this weekend!
Come and visit my studio in New Haven:
315 Peck Street, Building 5, Studio A.
12pm – 5pm Saturday & Sunday.
Open Studios is part of Artspace’s Open Source Festival.
- ASL Annual Instructor Salon – Oct 23
My painting “King and Queen II” will be in the Art Student League’s annual faculty show.
Check it out a 57 W. 57th Street, NYC.
On view through October 23, 2021.
- 150 Sargent Commission Completed
“Food Truck Paradise”
Oil on canvas, 68″ x 40″
“Food Truck Paradise”, “On the Quinnipiac” and “In the Neighborhood” will be hanging at the new Yale medical facility at 150 Sargent Drive in New Haven, CT. Visitation is currently limited due to COVID, but maybe stop by next year…
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!
- Figure Drawing Fundamentals
IN STUDIO Saturdays, 1–4 pm, 12/4–12/11 (2 Sessions)
individual coaching, students will learn a step-by-step approach to drawing the figure that includes blocking in the basic shapes, checking proportions, and analyzing light and shadow. Some structural concepts will also be discussed, including body symmetry and simple forms. Students will be drawing in pencil or charcoal from a nude model in the studio.
- Fundamentals of Drawing (online)
Art Students League
New York City
Mondays and Fridays, 7:00pm – 8:30 pm ET
Starts September 13! Registration is ongoing on a monthly basis.
This class teaches the basics of structural drawing, depicting light and shadow, and composition through the study of still-life objects. The class is designed to give students a clear process of looking and drawing that can be used both for simple objects and more complicated subjects. Each month will focus on a slightly different topic: contours, perspective, values, sketching, and others. The class is open to all skill levels but is designed to give beginning students a friendly but rigorous place to start drawing.
- Perspective Drawing from Observation and Imagination (online)
Learn the basics-and more-of perspective drawing. 1-point, 2-point and even 3-point perspective will be covered. Student will use these skills to draw objects and interiors from observation and also to generate perspective scenes from their imagination. A good class for illustrators, animators, and anyone who wants to get more comfortable with this powerful method of depicting space in a drawing. The class will be taught with online demonstrations and group critiques of drawings that students work on independently between classes.