Session Leader: Sarah Jackson.
These self-guided sessions provide participants with an opportunity to draw the human figure from life, in the company of like-minded artists. A diverse array of models, male and female, work in short to long poses. These sessions are open to beginner, intermediate, and advanced artists. Guidance is available as needed. An excellent time to explore your style or to experiment with new ways of portraying the figure. There’s no better training for the eye and the hand!
As a bonus, there may be costumed models as well from time to time.
Participants receive a 20% discount on these supplies and on art supplies purchased on class days.
Drawing supplies: Pencils, Conté, charcoal, markers, watercolour, gouache – whatever you want to use
Supports: Sketchbook or paper pad or canvas pad
Other supplies: Drawing board or Masonite board with bulldog clips for holding drawing paper
Erasers (kneaded, gum)
Optional: You may wish to bring suitable art clothes, notepad, snack, & drink.
About the Session Leader: Sarah is an Edmonton-based artist, performer, and educator. Before becoming an employee at The Paint Spot, Sarah participated in Art Walk for 2 years, and worked as a life model for the Art Gallery of Alberta, Grant MacEwan University, and Harcourt House. Sarah is excited to lead these sessions.