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Ecorche/3D Anatomy
July 1 - September 2, 2016 (Fridays, 10am - 2pm) — A 3D Ecorché anatomy model is a centuries old method of learning anatomy through three dimensional means. It is an essential means for every figurative artist to better interpret though knowledge what he sees. Rey will guide the student through making a skeleton in Sculpey (paying particular attention to the shapes of the bones), followed by laying on the muscles that constitute artistic anatomical form. This is an intense, hands-on approach to learning the body — a necessity for any artist concerned with learning accurate anatomical representation. It is mandatory attendance for the first day class. The instructor covers a lot of material. You may be dropped if absent. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Rey Bustos
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $579.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Gourmet painting retreats in 17th century château in SW France
July 2-9, 2016 (10am-6pm) — Break down walls and barriers, expand your freedom of expression. Whether your are a novice or an experienced artist, this retreat will bring you countless new ideas and help move your creative spirit forward. Retreats take place in the beautiful 17th century Château de Saussignac, in the quaint picturesque village of Saussignac, nestled in the heart of Southwest wine country, about one hour from Bordeaux. Lodging, meals and wine are included, and retreats are limited to 6 participants to provide ample one-on-one time with the teacher. Meals are tuned to the needs of the students, with a strong emphasis on French cuisine using only the best fresh local ingredients. All supplies are provided. Discounts for early booking. Visit website


Location: Saussignac, France
Instructor: Mike Snow
Sponsor: SNOW & WHITE
Cost: 1,595 € All-Inclusive (discount for early registration)
Email: Mike Snow
Phone: (+33) 05.53.24.34.22

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Ceramic Sculpture: Anything is Possible
July 4-15, 2016 (8-5 with 24 hour studio access) — Retreat to beautiful Idyllwild, CA for a two-week intensive workshop at the renowned Idyllwild Arts Center. Beginners to advanced artists are welcome to explore of the myriad possibilities for self-expression available through ceramic sculpture. From the figurative sculpture to abstract art. Many techniques will be demonstrated to create a variety of original artwork. Experiment with figurative sculpture while working from a live model, creating observational gesture and anatomical studies of heads and hands before moving on to a full figure sculpture. Develop your hand-building skills to create pieces that reflect your interests and ideas. Play with color and surface design techniques to bring your sculptures to life. Expect to complete many colorful sculptures in mid-temperature oxidation firing. Visit website


Location: Idyllwild, CA
Instructor: Lee Puffer
Sponsor: Idyllwild Arts Center
Cost: $725.00/ per week plus $55 materials fee
Email: Heather Campaniott
Phone: 951-659-2171, ext. 2361

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Anatomical Drawing
July 5 - August 2, 2016 (Tuesdays, 9am-5pm) — Understand human anatomy through lecture and drawing from the model. Topics include proportion, skeletal framework, superficial muscles, and the movement of the figure. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: John Horn
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $625, Non-Credit: $495
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Elementary Figure Drawing and Painting
July 5 - August 2, 2016 (Tuesdays, 9am-5pm) — This structured approach to drawing and painting the figure from life includes topics such as anatomy, drawing methods, gesture, figure structure, palettes, and basic figure painting methods. This class is excellent for those interested in developing their painting and drawing portfolio. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Al Gury
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $625, Non-Credit: $495
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Summer Art Program, Session 1
July 5-15, 2016 (10am - 4pm) — This 2-Week Intensive Program is designed for those who are interested in personal development and preparatory art study. Students will learn how to depict the illusion of three-dimensional objects through the language of linear and tonal drawing. The subjects of the sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, egg and cylindrical ring are possible subjects that will serve as foundational elements for the later study of casts. This program will introduce the student to ideas of linear construction using complex cross-contour analysis of form. Students will be introduced to the properties of light and shadow necessary in the depiction of form in the first week. In the second week students will proceed to linear and tonal investigation of more complex, hybrid geometric forms. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $795.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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The Extended Pose
July 6 - August 10, 2016 (Wednesdays, 9am-5pm) — Draw or paint from a life model in a single pose for the entire course in order to develop one large image or several smaller studies. Instruction will focus on two-dimensional linear accuracy, three- dimensional volumetric integrity, clarity of space, and color analysis specific to the human form. All levels welcome. Half-day registration available, 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. or 1:30 – 5 p.m. for $350 non-credit. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Renée P. Foulks
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $950, Non-Credit: $595
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Portrait Painting (2)
July 7 - August 4, 2016 (Thursdays, 9am-5pm) — Investigate the structure of the human head through drawings and painted studies. Progress to finished paintings and address issues of likeness, composition, space and texture. Learn to better see and understand color to mix it more successfully – a useful skill for painting any subject matter. All levels welcome. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Al Gury
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $625, Non-Credit: $495
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Ecorché
July 8 - August 12, 2016 (Fridays, 9am-5pm) — Écorché is the three-dimensional study of human form by developing the bone and muscle structures beneath the skin – a method of study dating back to the Renaissance and a staple of classical art training today. Students will work in clay on an armature from the skeleton for the accurate development of the body’s proportions and the detailed study of its parts. This is an excellent way for draftspersons and sculptors alike to gain a more concrete understanding of human anatomy. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: John Horn
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $950, Non-Credit: $595
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Color Between Friends: Bonnard and Matisse
July 9-23, 2016 (Saturdays, 10-4) — Color: the first element conjured when lifelong friends Bonnard and Matisse are mentioned. We'll dissect their motivation, process, and techniques, then transfer new knowledge to canvas. This workshop is for beyond-beginner painters with basic understanding of the oil painting process. Artists' Attic is an art cooperative in the very center of downtown Lexington, KY, with many restaurants and hotels within walking distance. Visit website


Location: Lexington, KY
Instructor: De Selby
Sponsor: De Selby Designs
Cost: $295
Email: De Selby
Phone: 859-492-8244

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Cast and Figure Drawing
July 9 - August 6, 2016 (Saturdays, 9am-1pm) — Working in the Academic tradition, students will study human anatomy, proportion and value with the goal of faithfully representing the figure. Students will work from PAFA’s collection of historic casts in order to build their foundational drawing skills and apply this information to observational study of the life model. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Jill Rupinski
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: $295
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Life Drawing and Painting
July 10 - August 7, 2016 (Sundays, 9:30am-4pm) — Draw and paint the human ?gure in a creative and personal manner, while developing the fundamentals of both disciplines. Topics to be covered include anatomy, drawing methods, gesture, ?gure structure, palettes, and basic ?gure painting methods. Suitable for both beginning and advanced students. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Frederic C. Kaplan
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $525, Non-Credit: $395
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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The Best of Watercolor with Mary Whyte
July 11-15, 2016 — Join Mary Whyte for a comprehensive three-day watercolor workshop. Explore the fundamentals of painting the still life, portrait and figure, while improving your knowledge of color mixing, getting a likeness, composition, values, texture and correcting mistakes. Enjoy Whyte’s daily painting demos, individual attention, and insights on making original work, as well as discussions on how to set up a studio and market your work. This is a 3 -day class Monday - Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will be independent studio days, with models provided so students can practice what they have learned earlier in the week. Visit website


Location: LaPointe, WI
Instructor: Mary Whyte
Sponsor: Madeline Island School of the Arts
Cost: $995
Email: Jenna J. Erickson
Phone: 715-747-2054

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California-Vibe Watercolor Portraiture
July 11-15, 2016 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) — Shake it up with David Lobenberg. Apply watercolor with splatters, swabs, slaps, splats, and slashes to that portrait you’ve be waiting to paint or use one of David’s outline drawings. Come flood, blossom, and create textures with a style that is about gesture, expressive color, soft transparency and hard opacity. You’ll paint several studies with step-by-step demonstrations from painting start to painting finish. David’s watercolor paintings can be found in private, public, and corporate collections across the country. His work has been featured in American Artist, Southwest Art, and American Art Collector magazines and several others. Visit website


Location: Bend, OR
Instructor: David Lobenberg
Sponsor: Art in the Mountains
Cost: $625
Email: Tracy Culbertson
Phone: 503-930-4572

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Kimberley Artist's Adventure
July 11-17, 2016 (10am) — Come with us on this 7 day adventure as we explore the landscape, wildlife and characters from our base on an authentic Aussie cattle station near Wyndham in the remote far north of Western Australia. Venture "off the beaten track" into wilderness areas not accessible to the public. You'll have your own comfortable Bush Hut or Bunkhouse room to retreat to each evening, and one night camping out beside a pristine waterhole. You'll meet the locals and get a real sense of the history, lifestyle and mystical beauty of the east Kimberley - all while creating your art and developing techniques. Many other activities are included - peruse the itinerary on the website. Early bird specials and group discounts. Visit website


Location: Kununurra, Australia
Instructor: Nada Murphy
Sponsor: On The Verandah
Cost: $3295pp AUD
Email: Rachel Dillon
Phone: 61893881513

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Painting Techniques of the Old Masters
July 11 - August 8, 2016 (Mondays, 9am-5pm) — Create luminous paintings using time-tested materials and traditional painting procedures established during the Renaissance. Step-by-step instruction will demonstrate how to begin and develop a traditional figure, portrait or still life painting. Instruction will focus on creating a foundational drawing and underpainting, then glazing and scumbling with transparent and translucent pigments to achieve a rich sense of color, volume and space. Basic drawing experience recommended. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Ernie Norcia
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $625, Non-Credit: $495
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Avatar Anime
July 11-15, 2016 (9:30am-3:30pm) — Students will learn how to create their own avatar in the Anime and Manga style. They will conceptualize and develop characters, learn how to design Manga Panels, and use rough sketches to plan and build stories. Projects will include sketching the human form, using personality to inspire heroes or villains, creating backgrounds with drama, inking, coloring and finishing techniques. Students will bring their characters to 3D life using polymer clay, modeling wire, fabrics, and recycled materials. Students will create unique art in a variety of mediums including: drawing, painting, sculpture, clay, and mixed media. Students will have the opportunity to share their creations in a Teen Academy Art Show and Reception at the end of the session (3:00 Friday). Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $325 (Supplies Included)
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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4-Day How to Sculpt the Human Head
July 11-14, 2016 (10am - 5pm) — Students will learn how to sculpt a head using a live model. All processes, from the initial blocking features of the face to finalization, will be covered during the workshop. Important Note: For out-of-town students, please refrain from making travel arrangements and accommodations until confirmation of the workshop is given. Workshops are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Alex Oliver
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $649.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Life Drawing
July 11 - September 12, 2016 (Mondays, 7pm - 10pm) — In this Life Drawing class, students will learn a simple and effective approach for drawing the human figure. Beginning with an exploration of gesture, volumetric drawing and light theory, we will address a different aspect of the figure each week, discussing major anatomical forms and structural considerations. Students will work on toned paper in order to create drawings of the figure that prepare them for painting in the future. Class will consist of lectures/demonstrations and individual critiques. Students will integrate the figure into compositional settings while continuing to study the figure itself. By adding a narrative and composition dimension, students will move beyond conventional, isolated life drawings, and develop drawings for planning stages of more ambitious drawing or painting projects. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Ramon Hurtado
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $449.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Alla Prima Portrait Painting (Zorn Palette)
July 11 - September 12, 2016 (Mondays, 7pm - 10pm) — In this class, we will study head/face construction in volumes. We will learn reading shapes with its volumes, from big shapes to small planes. We will learn technical questions such as, what are the brush, paint and canvas relationships, and what is the wet-on-wet technique. Instruction will also include discussions of the technical questions, basic materials of paint, brushes, mediums… Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Vadim Zang
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $449.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Life Drawing (Clothed, Drapery and Folds)
July 12 - August 30, 2016 (Tuesdays, 10am - 2:30pm) — In order to effectively draw clothing and drapery, an artist must recognize the basic shapes of clothing and how the principles of physics act upon those shapes. Students will learn and draw from a life model. Also with themes where life models are dressed in certain period/subject matter and fashion periods. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Poe Tan
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $549.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Long Pose Costumed Workshop
July 12 - August 30, 2016 (Tuesdays, 7pm - 10pm) — This is an open and uninstructed long-pose costumed painting and/or drawing workshop. The costumed model will remain in the same pose for the evening. There will be a different model and a different pose each week. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Uninstructed
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $150.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Figure and Portrait Drawing in Ink
July 12 - August 2, 2016 (Tuesdays, 6-9pm) — From the Renaissance to the present, artists have explored the possibilities of drawing with ink. It is an expressive media that takes on a life of its own. The ink can be freeing when used with a brush, moving over a figure on a page. It can be controlled with a reed pen to create form and textures. Allow yourself the opportunity to work with this media with both brush and pen. The class will have clothed and life models; focus will include head studies and full figure work. Ink drawings by varied artists will be discussed in class. All levels welcome. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Phyllis Laver
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: $250
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Portrait Painting
July 13 - August 31, 2016 (Wednesdays, 6pm - 10pm) — This indirect painting class will introduce techniques of glazing, scumbling and painting with a limited color palette. Students will have 8 weeks to finish two paintings. Each starting with the foundational underpainting technique of “Grisaille”, using raw umber. After establishing basic drawing and construction, students will follow with a limited color palette, finalizing with glazing, scumbling, and velatura techniques. Emphasis will be on synthesizing indirect painting techniques with a strong drawing and exploration of limited color. Both costumed set-ups will be based on two paintings from the Getty museum; Rembrandt’s “An old man in a military costume “ and Millet’s “Portrait of Louise Antoinette Feuardent ”. There will be a lecture at the Getty museum on both of these paintings. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Leon Okun
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $549.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Figure Painting (Zorn Palette)
July 14 - September 1, 2016 (Thursdays, 10am - 2:30pm) — In this class we will learn Tonal Solution and Temperature of the composition. 1. How to separate Tones from Colors. How to control overall volumes having a full palette. 2. Construction of the “Zorn Palette”, how to mix colors and create transitional tones using blending techniques. 3. Editing and composing positive/negative space converting them to shapes with volumes. 4. From 2D shape of the figure to 3D forms of the figure using shadows and highlights to create facets of structural planes. 5. Figure Construction from Geometry to Anatomy. Instruction will also include discussions of the technical questions, basic materials of paint, brushes, and mediums. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Vadim Zang
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $549.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Figure Quick Sketch Drawing Workshop
July 14 - September 1, 2016 (Thursdays, 7pm- 10pm) — This is an uninstructed open drawing class where the model will be posing from 5-20 minute poses. This is a quick sketch workshop expressly for one to practice drawing the nude figure in a gestural approach. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Uninstructed
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $150.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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2D Ecorche of the Head
July 15-17, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Since antiquity, anatomy has played an important role in an artist's education. Its careful study enabled the artist to better understand critically the shapes underneath the skin (both boney and muscular) that impact the surface of the human body and create form. The focus of this workshop will be to render an écorché head in 2D. Both skeletal and major muscular features will be introduced and explored. The student will relate this information to a figure drawing that will be developed throughout the length of this course. Stages of the classical drawing process will be explained and practiced. This workshop is excellent for any artist looking to hone their drawing skills and is open to all advanced and beginning students. Visit website


Location: Edmond, OK
Instructor: Andrew Ameral
Sponsor: The Conservatory for Classical Art
Cost: $425
Email: Leslie Lienau
Phone: 405-822-1011

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Long Pose Figure Workshop
July 15 - September 1, 2016 (Fridays, 10:30am - 2pm) — This is an open and uninstructed long-pose figure painting and/or drawing workshop. The nude model will remain in the same pose for the day. There will be a different model and a different pose each week. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Uninstructed
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $200.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Painting the Figure in Tuscany
July 17-29, 2016 — This workshop will focus on accurately drawing and painting the figure. The eight painting days will be broken up into two sessions. The live models will sustain a single pose for the duration of each 4-day session. This sustained focus on the model will allow students to slow down and render the subject in a comprehensive manner. Students will execute a detailed drawing of the model and learn how to employ a monochromatic block-in to properly identify the values of the subject. Each week will culminate with a full color application of color. The instructor will give a demonstration each day and provide personal instruction throughout the day. Visit website


Location: Seravezza, Italy
Instructor: Mario Andres Robinson
Sponsor: Art in the Sun, Montorno Workshops
Cost: $3600 double occupancy ($3150 non-painting companion)
Email: Judy Morse, Montorno Coordinator
Phone: +1-703-521-0595

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Summer Art Program, Session 2
July 18-29, 2016 (10:00am - 4:00pm) — This 2-Week Intensive Program is designed for teens and young adults who are interested in personal development and preparatory art study. Students will be focusing on the complexity of the human head, and will engage in self-portrait drawings with an emphasis on precision and capturing the idiosyncratic proportions, features, and likeness of their face. Lectures will focus on the structure of the features as derived from classical Greco/Roman aesthetics as well as the Italian Renaissance, and how to utilize structures in decoding/understanding more naturalized forms. During the end of the program students will be introduced to drawing the portrait from a live model. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $895.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Portrait Painting Basics
July 23-24, 2016 (9am-5pm) — This comprehensive workshop covers all aspects of painting a traditional portrait. Topics include achieving a likeness, modeling light and shade, mixing flesh tones and applying paint through various techniques. All participants will produce at least one finished portrait. Includes demonstrations, portrait history and tips on painting children’s portraits. Valuable information for all levels. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Ted Xaras
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: $205
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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The Figure in the Landscape
July 25-29, 2016 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) — Need a crash course in value and shape? Kim’s dynamic workshop will teach you to rapidly capture gesture, light, and form. Discover how to paint quickly and accurately concentrating on the “process”. We will have models each day and paint techniques for achieving a spontaneous, yet controlled approach. A working palette will be developed simplifying the comparison of color and value, an essential part of picture making. Kim’s Gold Medal artwork has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine, Artists Magazine, and in the book Figure Drawing Workshop by Carole Katchen. Visit website


Location: Bend, OR
Instructor: Kim English
Sponsor: Art in the Mountains
Cost: $755
Email: Tracy Culbertson
Phone: 503-930-4572

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The Meaningful Portrait
July 25-28, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Well-made portrait photographs have meaning and value that can transcend beyond the sitter to become a meaningful icon of the artist as well as a beautiful view of the subject. We will be using natural light on location during this 4 day workshop, and students will develop skills that can be used without studios or lighting equipment. Students will be working with art models, and there will be a self-portrait assignment as part of the course. All formats are welcome, as is digital or film. Ray will be doing demonstrations with the 8×10 film camera. We will cover lighting, posing and gesture, and will focus on how to relate to your subject to get the most from the session. Visit website


Location: Coupeville, WA
Instructor: Ray Bidegain
Sponsor: Pacific Northwest Art School
Cost: $640
Email: Pacific Northwest Art School
Phone: 360-678-3396, Toll-Free: 1-866-678-3396

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Comic Book Art – Villains & Legends
July 25-29, 2016 (9:30am-3:30pm) — Students will create legendary characters and villains with mixed media, clay, drawing, painting, cartooning, and more in this mix of mediums and styles! Students will gain experience drawing the human figure, creating action poses and dramatic scenes. Traditional drawing, painting and sculpting techniques will be enhanced by comic book style, attitude, themes and drama. Students will bring their characters to 3D life using polymer clay, modeling wire, fabrics, and recycled materials. Students will also learn how to prepare their art for show at the end of the week, will share their creations in a Teen Academy Art Show and Reception (3:00 Friday). Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $325 (Supplies Included)
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Watercolor Impressions
August 1-5, 2016 — Fresh flowers in the studio will be the inspiration for the beginning of this dynamic workshop – progressing to the portrait and figure. Through a series of “fun” painting exercises, students will develop a more loose and natural approach – giving them an opportunity to be more spontaneous and expressive in their paintings. A few drawing exercises will be included for the portrait. We will work with photographs and progress to the model. Janet will demonstrate her intuitive approach throughout the workshop and work individually with each student. Some of the goals for the workshop will be to discover new color and design, applying transparent flesh tones, finding the “life” in paintings, and for students to experience their own unique “connections” in watercolor. Visit website


Location: Bernard, ME
Instructor: Janet Rogers, www.watercolorsbyrogers.com
Sponsor: Acadia Workshop Center
Cost: $595
Email: Gail Ribas
Phone: 207-244-9742

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Color Bootcamp
August 1-5, 2016 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) — If you love color and you aspire to understand and truly use its power and allure, then Camille is your teacher and this is your workshop. Good color, or color that expresses the light key of nature, can make even the most mundane subject matter strikingly beautiful. Discover a world of color that can change your art and vision forever. Camille Przewodek studied color with impressionist master, Henry Hensche, at the renowned Cape School of Art in Provincetown, Massachusetts and is a signature member of Oil Painters of America and the American Impressionist Society. Visit website


Location: Bend, OR
Instructor: Camille Przewodek
Sponsor: Art in the Mountains
Cost: $795
Email: Tracy Culbertson
Phone: 503-930-4572

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Bringing Life to Your Oil Portraits
August 1-3, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Strengthen your portrait painting techniques through a series of strategies that focus on drawing, color, and composition in this workshop. Expand your observational understanding of the human form and gain an understanding of the potential of oil paint. Join Michael as he demonstrates painting techniques learned from master painters Dan Gerhartz and Richard Schmid. Working from a live model, you will develop several studies involving both short and long poses with Michael guiding you through the process individually. Visit website


Location: Fish Creek, WI
Instructor: Michael Latala, www.LatalaArt.com
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Cost: Members: $345, Non-Members: $375
Email: Peninsula School of Art
Phone: (920) 868-3455

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Watercolor Portraits from Life
August 2-4, 2016 (9am-4pm) — In this three-day workshop, Annette will guide you through her steps for painting a portrait from a live model in watercolor. Subject discussed will be how to draw a convincing head through observation of facial structure, features and shadow patterns. She will also explain materials, and her techniques for handling color, mixing flesh tones, brushwork, and controlling edges. This class will also cover understanding the water-to-paint ratio, and how to control the medium when painting vertically. Drips will happen, and that is part of watercolor’s charm! There will be a demo each morning, time for students to draw and paint, and individual instruction. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Annette Smith, www.annettesmithfineart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $200 + $20 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Watercolor Portraits from Photo Reference
August 3-7, 2016 (10am - 5pm) — Take this opportunity to learn from nationally recognized portrait artist, Paul W. McCormack. Students will be working from photographic reference as Paul demonstrates and lectures on all the principles and techniques needed to execute a traditional portrait in watercolor. To ensure personal guidance from Paul throughout the program, workshops are strictly limited to 6 students. With demonstrations and lectures given each day students are taken through a step-by-step procedure…watch, listen, learn, and then apply. Combined with individual attention, critiques and hands on instruction, students will have the opportunity to create a finished portrait under Paul’s guidance. Beginners and advanced students alike will certainly benefit from the experience. Visit website


Location: Beacon, NY
Instructor: Paul W. McCormack
Sponsor: McCormack Studios, Inc.
Cost: $750.
Email: info@mccormackstudios.com
Phone: 845-380-9546

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Drawing in Charcoal with Shana in Non Traditional Ways
August 5-6, 2016 (9:30am - 4:30pm) — All work in this class is done from a life model. Shana will do a drawing demonstration each morning. She will show us how to weave a drawing into existence, and how to capture the essence of your model's personality. We will break for lunch, and she will resume by giving individual attention to each student's drawing throughout the afternoon. The fluid properties of charcoal make it the perfect medium for sketching subjects before continuing on to paint them. This workshop is structured as the perfect introduction to her 5 day painting workshop described below. In fact, we will use the same model for both workshops. Visit website


Location: Ashburn, VA
Instructor: Shana Levenson
Sponsor: DebKArt Home Studios
Cost: $275
Email: Debra Keirce
Phone: 571-236-0047

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Capturing the Essence in Portraiture With Shana
August 7-11, 2016 (9:30am - 4:30pm) — All work in this course is done from a life model. Shana will show her delicate way of weaving with pencil and paint to achieve realism. We will break for lunch, and she will resume instruction by giving individual attention to each student's painting. Her workshop starts with transferring a drawing to the canvas. Next she will demonstrate a pan pastel underpainting. We'll finish with the oil painting. The techniques Shana uses to create her contemporary pieces were developed by her life partner, David Kassan. In fact, David may assist Shana in teaching these workshops if his schedule allows. This is an incredible opportunity to learn portraiture from one of today's top artists, in a comfortable home atmosphere. Visit website


Location: Ashburn, VA
Instructor: Shana Levenson
Sponsor: DebKArt Home Studios
Cost: $685
Email: Debra Keirce
Phone: 571-236-0047

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Painting The Figure From Photographs
August 8-12, 2016 — Although painting a person in watercolor may seem daunting, it is every bit as approachable as creating a still life or landscape. Ted Nuttall demonstrates the techniques, and instills the confidence to enjoy painting people. Ted will discuss the benefits of photographic reference, as well as how to interpret a photo in order to give life and energy to the subject. Significant time is allowed for one-on-one instruction. In an atmosphere that’s both creative and supportive, Ted encourages, in each participant, a renewed enthusiasm for his or her art – regardless of their skill level. Visit website


Location: LaPointe, WI
Instructor: Ted Nuttall
Sponsor: Madeline Island School of the Arts
Cost: $750
Email: Jenna J. Erickson
Phone: 715-747-2054

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Portrait Study: Two and Three-Dimensional
August 8-12, 2016 (9am-5pm) — Each day of this course addresses the portrait subject through drawing and sculpture. The morning session will focus on creating a portrait head in clay, developing it from deep geometric structure to surface form. The afternoon will be devoted to drawing the portrait, informed by the exploration of its three-dimensional form. Students will work from two models for the entire class (a.m. & p.m.). All levels welcome. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: John Horn
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: For Credit: $625, Non-Credit: $495, Lab Fee: $10
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Oil Portrait Painting for Beginners
August 8-10, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This workshop provides a foundation in how to interpret what you see in the model and how to transfer that information to paper and canvas, so that it is both seemingly real and aesthetically sound. Discover how to recognize values and colors of the face, as well as how to mix and apply paint to further enhance believability. You will begin with drawing exercises to learn the proportions of the human head. Then, move on to painting alla prima, wet into wet, from the live model. Kathie will provide demonstrations, as well as individual instruction to guide you and your work. Visit website


Location: Fish Creek, WI
Instructor: Kathie Wheeler, www.kathiewheeler.com
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Cost: Members: $345, Non-Members: $375
Email: Peninsula School of Art
Phone: (920) 868-3455

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Figure Painting: Simplified
August 9-11, 2016 (9am-4pm) — If you have been intimidated by the idea of painting the figurative subject, or simply want to revisit the basics of painting portraits, nudes and costumed models, this class is for you. Robert will offer simplified concepts to help build a solid foundation in the fundamentals of figure painting. Clearly expressed principles regarding values, form modeling, color and edges will demystify these sometimes confusing topics. Robert will present manageable concepts of anatomy and show how they are useful. Students will paint many studies of relatively short duration to reinforce these fundamental ideas. This class will be an informative, non-intimidating introduction to painting the figure, and will leave you feeling more confident in your understanding of the human form and your painting abilities. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Robert Lemler, www.robertlemler.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $350 + $35 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Terra Cotta Figure Sculpture
August 13-14, 2016 (9am-5pm) — Explore the versatility of terra cotta clay, which requires neither an armature nor casting. Learn various techniques and tools through demonstration and hands-on sculpting from the life model. Sculptures will be fired at the end of the workshop. Visit website


Location: Philadelphia, PA
Instructor: Colleen O'Donnell
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Cost: $205, Lab Fee: $10
Email: Continuing Education Dept.
Phone: 215-972-7632

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Sara & Bernie's Excellent Painting Adventure in Italy
August 19-31, 2016 — Sara and Bernie will both instruct in plein air and studio painting. Any medium or skill level is ok; demos will be done in oil and gouache. Classes will cover how to choose subject matter, how to see color and value and light quality, composition, design, atmospheric perspective, painting techniques, group critiques, and lots of personal attention. Gouache can be used for field sketches or for fully realized paintings. This perfect transitional medium for the oil painter is great for traveling, dries quickly, and requires minimal supplies. Oil has the advantage of staying wet longer for those who like to work with edges and blending or working with a painting knife, which will also be covered. Visit website


Location: Seravezza, Italy
Instructor: Sara Linda Poly & Bernie Dellario
Sponsor: Art in the Sun, Montorno Workshops
Cost: $3600 double occupancy ($3150 non-painting companion)
Email: Judy Morse, Montorno Coordinator
Phone: +1-703-521-0595

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Head Study
August 20, 2016 (9am-4pm) — In this workshop students will receive a variety of training techniques to create a convincing head study. Jerry will provide a thorough investigation of the individual forms of the head and teach students how to make them come together as an integrated whole. Students will also learn to use an approach to help first identify the large shapes and then go into the details. The core of instruction will be focused on drawing, values, edges, planes of the head and composition. Before the workshop, a booklet of information will be emailed to all students to help prepare for the class. Bring your chosen medium: charcoal, pastel, oil paint or digital. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Jerry Salinas, www.salinasart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $90 + $10 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Trusting the Painting Process
August 20-21, 2016 (9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) — In this two-day workshop, learn to develop an unpredictable painting while working from a live model. We will explore unconventional methods of manipulating paint and practice responding directly to our true perception of color, form and space. Students will be encouraged to push and pull paint in order to develop a mark making vocabulary in pursuit of realizing their felt sense of reality and atmosphere. Visit website


Location: Bainbridge Island, WA
Instructor: Justin Duffus, www.justinduffus.com
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Cost: $295 + model fee
Email: Martha Jordan
Phone: 206-715-6663

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Capture the Light
August 22-25, 2016 — We will focus on light and color balance to represent the scene in front of us. We will work outside and in the studio, with a live model for one or two days. You will learn how to maintain a tonal structure to create volume, depth and temperature under the simplified view of the nature. How to translate the shapes into masses of color in a suitable hue. This will be our language. Visit website


Location: Langley, WA
Instructor: Yara Damian, www.yaradamian.com
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Cost: $600
Email: Cary Jurriaans
Phone: 360.637.4690

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"Carmel By The Sea" En Plein Air
August 22-25, 2016 (8:30am-4:30pm) — Paint along the Monterey and Carmel Coastline en plain air with Plein Air Painters of America member, Randall Sexton. Open to all levels, this 3 (or 4) day workshop is especially geared to encourage the experienced artist to reach greater heights in their work. Sexton will review the basics of solid picture making - while sharing his own methods for simplifying the complex. Three days (weather permitting) will be spent on location en plain air, while an (optional) fourth studio day will focus on simplifying the figure directly (with a model). Daily demonstrations will be followed up with individual assistance at the easel. Visit website


Location: Carmel, CA
Instructor: Randall Sexton, www.rcsexton.com
Sponsor: Carmel Visual Arts
Cost: $550 for 3 Days, $700 for 4 Days
Contact: Rich Brimer
Phone: 831.620.2955

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Painting the Multi-Layered Portrait in Oil
August 24-26, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This is a workshop that will utilize the traditional steps of drawing, underpainting, and overpainting to capture a portrait in oil. We will be breaking down the process of painting a portrait into several discreet steps to help gain a better understanding of the different aspects that go into painting a portrait. By doing this process you will get practice at seeing form, value, and color separately, and be able to combine them to create a portrait. We will also discuss glazing and its application. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Rachel Bess, www.rachelbess.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $350 + $35 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Art & Essence of Figure Drawing with Meredith Nemirov
August 24-25, 2016 (2-5pm) — An introduction to figure drawing with a live model. Working in charcoal, learn how to capture the gestural expression of the figure and its position in space. Working in charcoal from a live figure model, students will learn how to draw the movement and energy of the human form. Artist Meredith Nemirov will guide the class through a study of value and line, using a variety of exercises to acquaint students with the surface anatomy and proportion of the human figure. Students will learn to create images of the human figure that truly capture the motion, texture and liveliness of the model! Visit website


Location: Telluride, CO
Instructor: Meredith Nemirov
Sponsor: Ah Haa School for the Arts
Cost: $130 tuition & model fee
Email: Kathleen Cole
Phone: (970) 728-3886

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Painting Children
September 1-3, 2016 (9am-4pm) — In this workshop, you will explore and overcome the challenges of painting children. As children age their physiology changes, including their proportions, skin, and hair. In addition, you can’t expect a six-year-old to sit for three hours, so you have to use photographic references. You will learn how to avoid the flat appearance, unrealistic color, and truncated values that often result when working from a photograph. Join William as he shares his strategies and techniques for using the basics of design to create and use value and color, as well as identify facial proportions, mix realistic color, and depict expression. Whether you want to improve your commissioned portraits or capture the beauty of your grandchildren, this workshop will take your skills to a new level. Visit website


Location: Fish Creek, WI
Instructor: William (Bill) Schneider, www.SchneiderArt.com
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Cost: Members: $345, Non-Members: $375
Email: Peninsula School of Art
Phone: (920) 868-3455

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Painting the Figure in Costume
September 4-11, 2016 — Spend 8 enchanting days at our 15th century villa in Tuscany, including 5 full days painting the figure in oil under the instruction of Vladimir Jovicevic. The focus of this course will be on creating an effective composition using costume items and props. Vladimir will teach comparative measurement methods and will give daily demonstrations. By the end of the week you will have completed 2 oil paintings from 30 hours with the life models. Prices include tuition, accommodation, all meals, all materials for the course, and transfers. In the evenings you can join us in complementary activities including wine tasting, a cooking class and a trip to our favourite local trattoria. Visit website


Location: Impruneta, Italy
Instructor: Vladimir Jovicevic
Sponsor: Art Escape Italy
Cost: $1595-$2135
Email: Monika Christensen
Phone: 317-289-1289

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Limited Palette Figure Painting
September 6, 17 & 18, 2016 (9am - 4pm) — Anders Zorn was a Swedish painter who is known not only for his beautiful paintings, but also for his extensive use of a limited palette of four colors – Titanium White, Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Red, and Ivory Black. Painting with a limited palette is a great way to achieve color harmony in your paintings – and simplify the process from setup to finish!  Visit website


Location: Malibu, CA
Instructor: Sarah Sedwick
Sponsor: The Conservatory for Classical Art
Cost: $550
Email: Leslie Lienau
Phone: 405-822-1011

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Transcending the Photo Reference - Oil
September 7-10, 2016 — This 4-day oil painting workshop is designed to guide the students toward creating a painting from a photo reference, using both indirect and direct painting techniques. It aims to instruct painters on how to use the photograph to create a painting that surpasses the look of the photograph, not simply imitate it. The workshop will explain how to create a useful photo reference. The final result can be a painting that captures the essence of your subject and contains the intimacy of the human touch that reaches beyond the photo-realistic image. Visit website


Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Instructor: Alyssa Monks
Sponsor: Artensity Workshops
Cost: $825
Email: Debra

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The Dynamic Portrait in Pastel
September 8-11, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will help you develop a dynamic lifelike portrait. Karen will explain techniques for creating an accurate likeness, establishing clear values, evaluating color relationships, selecting skin tones, and harnessing the power of strong design. The various pastel techniques that are necessary to create a reasonable likeness and a stunning portrait in pastel will be covered. Discussion of lighting, posing and photographing the model for reference and the pitfalls of photo reference will be reviewed. Students will work from the live model or their photo reference. Students will learn how to use a direct pastel method as well as beginning with an under- painting in order to create vibrant skin tones. Each day will end with an encouraging group critique. Visit website


Location: Edmond, OK
Instructor: Karen Israel
Sponsor: The Conservatory for Classical Art
Cost: $525
Email: Leslie Lienau
Phone: 405-822-1011

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Alla Prima Portrait Painting
September 9-12, 2016 — This workshop will focus on learning to paint a portrait from life in oil. The Instructor will be going over composition, drawing, likeness, organizing your palette, color mixing, value, edges, and producing a completed portrait. Sean Cheetham uses a very distinct palette, called a “mud-Palette” when working. This palette will be discussed extensively throughout the workshop. The benefits of working with this palette are value and color control. Sean will discuss harmony and unity in your final piece. He will teach you a simple step by step process to painting portraits. Visit website


Location: Langley, WA
Instructor: Sean Cheetham, www.seancheetham.blogspot.com
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Cost: $620, plus model fee
Email: Cary Jurriaans
Phone: 360.637.4690

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Romancing The Himalayas
September 10-25, 2016 — India is a painter's dream. You will paint it all in this once in a lifetime workshop traveling to many different villages in the low Himalayas. Historical sites, dazzling interiors and colorful people in saris, await your art eye. You will return home with numerous onsite sketches to make large paintings from. Non-painting partners welcome. Frequent art critiques by Johanna, demos and instruction. Visit website


Location: Dharamshala, India
Instructor: Johanna Spinks
Sponsor: Indus Experiences
Cost: $2998.00 plus airfare
Email: Johanna Spinks
Phone: 310-384-7029

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Italy 2016 Adventure-Artists
September 15-23, 2016 — Exploration and creativity for all artists in Italy. Ancient Hilltop Villages, Cinque Terre, Florence, and Pisa. Delicious Chef prepared Italian Cuisine, all ground transfers, en-suite private rooms available at our exclusive 12th century Villa. Roman Spa Baths for you to enjoy nearby, you will be able to paint to your hearts content the ancient cobblestone shepherds path as it winds past past olive groves and grape arbors. Plein air painting for all levels and mediums, all inclusive* a very limited number of spaces available, book early for this next exciting journey for Adventure-Artists. Horseback riding stables available nearby for riding in the magnificent hills of northern Tuscany. Visit website


Location: Bennabio, Italy
Instructor: Sharon Rusch Shaver
Sponsor: Adventure-Artists
Cost: $3,475
Email: Sharon Rusch Shaver
Phone: 615-451-7304

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3-Day Red Chalk Figure Drawing
September 16-18, 2016 (10am-5pm) — Red chalk, or sanguine, is a medium that has been preferred by artists from the Renaissance, Baroque and Mannerist periods into the 20th century. This workshop will explore the medium as applied to drawing the nude figure. Participants will work from life while referencing masterworks completed over the course of 5 centuries. Particularly focusing on the graphic potential of red chalk, artistic decisions, anatomy, form and expression. Participants will work with stretched paper on rigid supports, learning to prepare drawing surfaces and exploring the possibilities of working on a large scale. Iliya Mirochnik will perform demonstrations throughout the workshop. Important Note: For out-of-town students, please refrain from making travel arrangements and accommodations until confirmation of the workshop is given. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Iliya Mirochnik
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Gourmet painting retreats in 17th century château in SW France
September 17-24, 2016 (10am-6pm) — Break down walls and barriers, expand your freedom of expression. Whether your are a novice or an experienced artist, this retreat will bring you countless new ideas and help move your creative spirit forward. Retreats take place in the beautiful 17th century Château de Saussignac, in the quaint picturesque village of Saussignac, nestled in the heart of Southwest wine country, about one hour from Bordeaux. Lodging, meals and wine are included, and retreats are limited to 6 participants to provide ample one-on-one time with the teacher. Meals are tuned to the needs of the students, with a strong emphasis on French cuisine using only the best fresh local ingredients. All supplies are provided. Discounts for early booking. Visit website


Location: Saussignac, France
Instructor: Mike Snow
Sponsor: SNOW & WHITE
Cost: 1,595 € All-Inclusive (discount for early registration)
Email: Mike Snow
Phone: (+33) 05.53.24.34.22

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Intro to Digital Oil Painting (A Two Day Workshop)
September 18-19, 2016 (9 am to 6 pm) — Explore the world of digital painting! This workshop will show you how digital media can be used to replicate traditional painting techniques. Students will learn to see the computer as an extension of the traditional painter’s toolbox, and will find strategies to create paintings from life and from reference. We’ll paint original images based off photo and learn how copying expert paintings can guide your self-teaching. This workshop is a great opportunity to experiment with foundational ideas since you won’t have to worry about wasting expensive supplies! You will learn an excellent strategy for self-guided teaching and find ways to deconstruct expert paintings into simple guides for your own education. Visit website


Location: Denver, CO
Instructor: Cayce Goldberg
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Cost: $425
Email: Helen Rice
Phone: 303-263-6963

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Life Drawing
September 19-21, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Examine the intimate and compelling art of figure drawing in this workshop. Through practice, gain confidence in capturing the figure; a skill that Emmett believes is critical to one’s development as an artist. Each day will begin with Emmett providing a demonstration that illustrates a particular theme or approach. Then, at your easel, you will create gesture drawings of nude models in one-minute poses, enabling you to see and learn the essential movements and major forms of the human body. Longer poses will extend to 20 minutes or more. Visit website


Location: Fish Creek, WI
Instructor: Emmett Johns, www.EmmettJohns.com
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Cost: Members: $345, Non-Members: $375
Email: Peninsula School of Art
Phone: (920) 868-3455

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Creating Illuminated Letters and Decorative Borders
September 19, 2016 (9 am to 6 pm) — In this fun class you will learn valuable methods to create uniquely illuminated initial letters, decorative borders, and fanciful marginalia–similar to medieval illuminated manuscripts! These exciting techniques can be used in designing your own paper products like greeting cards, bookmarks, postcards, scrap book pages, book illustrations, etc. The applications are endless! In addition, you’ll learn valuable approaches to managing and handling color, so that your designs–and your other artworks–will be highly attractive and effective. Visit website


Location: Denver, CO
Instructor: Tom Sarmo
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Cost: $225
Email: Helen Rice
Phone: 303-263-6963

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Figurative Design in Watercolor
September 19-23, 2016 — During this workshop you will focus on creating paintings of people as works of art worthy of exhibition. You will go beyond illustration and find your own signature style! Each day will begin with a demo pertaining to the days project such as: exploring eyes and faces in an unconventional way, focus on a single figure with an obscure background, and intertwine a group of people with their background elements. You will receive plenty of personal attention and painting time. Visit website


Location: LaPointe, WI
Instructor: Jeannie McGuire
Sponsor: Madeline Island School of the Arts
Cost: $750
Email: Jenna J. Erickson
Phone: 715-747-2054

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Watercolor Techniques from the Golden Age of Book Illustration
September 20, 2016 (9 am to 6 pm) — Learn the basic secrets of illustration masters of the Edwardian age! Arthur Rackham, Beatrix Potter, and Edmund Dulac (to name only a few), used ink and watercolor to create many of the most memorable images from children’s literature. In this workshop, you’ll learn their methods—surprisingly easy, fresh, and effective—for bringing drawings to life with ink and watercolor! You will leave with at least one finished watercolor illustration and the knowledge to finish more! This class is for: Anyone who wants to learn watercolor techniques, anyone who is interested in book illustration methods, artists who want to extend their knowledge of watercolor and ink techniques. Visit website


Location: Denver, CO
Instructor: Tom Sarmo
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Cost: $225
Email: Helen Rice
Phone: 303-263-6963

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4-Day The Portrait from Life
September 22-25, 2016 (10am - 5pm) — In this four-day workshop David will take you step by step through the process he uses in creating his professional works. From initial under-drawing through to the final glazes. Learn to build your painting in a series of layers that will help you effectively translate the observed model into an elegant and refined portrait. Important Note: For out-of-town students, please refrain from making travel arrangements and accommodations until confirmation of the workshop is given. Workshops are subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: David Gray
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $595.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
October 3-7, 2016 (9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.) — This intensive workshop is designed for individuals with little or no prior drawing training and perhaps believe that learning to draw well is only possible for those lucky people with “inborn talent”. However, it has been proven that the global skill of drawing any perceived object, person or place requires five basic component perceptual skills – perception of edges, spaces, relationships, lights and shadows, and the whole or gestalt. Each day begins with a lecture on one of the five skills required. After lectures, students participate in drawing exercises, with Brian Bomeisler’s instruction, through the day. The day will end with a critique of the day’s session. To view some of his and student artwork and biography, visit drawright.com. Visit website


Location: Huntsville, AL
Instructor: Brian Bomeisler
Sponsor: Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $1,600 Museum members or non-members
Email: Laura Smith
Phone: 256-535-4350 x222

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Portrait Painting Workshop in The Netherlands
October 3-7, 2016 — Join us for a rare opportunity to study within the walls of an historic castle in the heart of The Netherlands. This 5-day painting course will incorporate painting, art and theory lectures, and a guided visit to well-known Dutch Museum Collection and a tour of Kasteel Keppel. Optional will be a weekend near The Hague visiting the Mauritshuis museum and the Frans Hals museum after the workshop. This class teaches portrait painting using both direct and indirect methods. An oil grisaille (monochrome brown) underpainting will be taught first, left to dry and then painted over with a full color palette, all white observing and painting from the live model. Drawing, value, color and edges will be discussed. Visit website


Location: Laag Keppel, Netherlands
Instructor: Teresa Oaxaca
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Cost: $850
Email: Cary Jurriaans
Phone: 360.637.4690 or 206.571.0442

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Telluride Painting School – The Figure and the Natural World
October 3-14, 2016 (9 am-1 pm) — Nestled in the phenomenal landscape of Colorado’s Mountains, the Telluride Painting School is a program of excellence that encourages artists/students of all levels to find their artistic voice through the creation of deeply meaningful and uniquely personal work. This workshop will explore new techniques and concepts in painting with an emphasis on individual development of style and theme. Students will investigate approaches to representational and abstract painting, as well as the metaphorical meaning in figure and landscape paintings. Working from live models and landscape, students will discover how a basic image can be transformed into a personal statement through the process of painting. Students are encouraged to experiment with ideas/techniques with the purpose of developing a personal expression. Visit website


Location: Telluride, CO
Instructor: Ying Li
Sponsor: Ah Haa School for the Arts
Cost: $1145
Email: Kathleen Cole
Phone: (970) 728-3886

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Watercolor Figure Painting with Charles Reid
October 3-7, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Learning to simplify and avoid overworking are the goals of this workshop. Reid uses the same approach for figures, still life and landscapes. Students will learn about contour drawing, which helps one concentrate on interconnecting shapes rather than on individual isolated objects. Students will practice “direct painting”, using as few over-washes as possible. The workshop will concentrate on good paint consistency (the correct ratio of water and paint when the bush is loaded). The goal will be to achieve the correct color, edge variety and tonal value with the first try. Recommended reading, “Charles Reid’s Watercolor Solutions” and “Charles Reid’s Watercolor Secrets” by North Light books. Portable easel is recommended but not required. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Charles Reid, www.charlesreidart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $825 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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For Love or Money : Excellence in Portraiture With Chris Saper
October 7-10, 2016 (9am - 4pm) — Would this workshop propel you to that next level? Instruction is private, in my home studio, limited to 12 students - 6 students per model. The instructor is dedicated to helping you create a business plan as a portrait artist. Each day in the workshop is targeted at improving your skills as a painter and a creative entrepreneur. The instructor will paint in oils, but students are welcome to use oil, acrylic or pastels. Learn to pose and photograph live models. Visit website


Location: Ashburn, VA
Instructor: Chris Saper
Sponsor: DebKArt Home Studios
Cost: $595
Email: Debra Keirce
Phone: 571-236-0047

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The Child Portrait
October 7-9, 2016 (9am-4pm) — In this three-day workshop, Mike will cover methods of posing and modeling the child portrait. He will also cover anatomical differences to look for between adults and youth. The workshop is intended to help students find the issues to avoid and pointers to help when painting the child portrait. This workshop will consist of brief demonstrations in order to exercise the objective and students will work from live child models as reference. There will be plenty of individual attention and critiques throughout the workshop. Students will leave this workshop with a better understanding of how to approach painting children. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Mike Maczuga, www.michaelmaczuga.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $425 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Follow-On Drawing Class
October 8-9, 2016 (9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.) — This intensive two-day workshop is designed for those who have completed the introductory Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain Workshop, or have sufficient experience to follow the syllabus. Utilizing approaches developed by Betty Edwards, students gain further understanding of basic perceptual skills. Instruction focuses on expressing volume and space in drawing; exploring crosshatching techniques; and working with still life and the human figure. Students learn how to perceive edges, spaces, relationships, lights and shadows in ways that enlarge their understanding of drawing principles and enhance their drawing skills. To view some of his and student artwork and biography, visit drawright.com. Visit website


Location: Huntsville, AL
Instructor: Brian Bomeisler
Sponsor: Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $825 for Museum members or non-members
Email: Laura Smith
Phone: 256-535-4350 x222

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2-Day Portrait Painting From Life Workshop
October 8-9, 2016 (10am - 5pm) — This workshop will focus on painting the portrait from life. Visit website


Location: Van Nuys, CA
Instructor: Sean Cheetham
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $395.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Drawing the Figurative Subject
October 11-14, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Working from the model, students will have the opportunity to draw the portrait and the nude and clothed model from direct observation. Line, shape and tonal relationships will be explored through exercises designed to strengthen the students’ understanding of anatomy, form modeling, composition and technique. Length of pose will vary from the relatively short gestural pose to a longer format which offers the opportunity to examine principals of tone. Lecture and demonstration will clarify and enhance the understanding of figure drawing fundamentals. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Robert Lemler, www.robertlemler.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $495 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Gourmet painting retreats in 17th century château in SW France
October 15-22, 2016 (10am-6pm) — Break down walls and barriers, expand your freedom of expression. Whether your are a novice or an experienced artist, this retreat will bring you countless new ideas and help move your creative spirit forward. Retreats take place in the beautiful 17th century Château de Saussignac, in the quaint picturesque village of Saussignac, nestled in the heart of Southwest wine country, about one hour from Bordeaux. Lodging, meals and wine are included, and retreats are limited to 6 participants to provide ample one-on-one time with the teacher. Meals are tuned to the needs of the students, with a strong emphasis on French cuisine using only the best fresh local ingredients. All supplies are provided. Discounts for early booking. Visit website


Location: Saussignac, France
Instructor: Mike Snow
Sponsor: SNOW & WHITE
Cost: 1,595 € All-Inclusive (discount for early registration)
Email: Mike Snow
Phone: (+33) 05.53.24.34.22

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Paper Paintings
October 17-21, 2016 — During this comprehensive workshop you will learn a unique figurative collage technique, using a variety of hand painted and found papers. Emphasis will be on developing imagery and form using light, shadow, and directional ripping– very similar to traditional painting techniques. This workshop is all about having fun and experimenting with hand-painting, staining, stamping and patterning sheets of paper! No prior collage experience is necessary. Some painting experience is helpful, but not imperative. Visit website


Location: LaPointe, WI
Instructor: Elizabeth St. Hilaire
Sponsor: Madeline Island School of the Arts
Cost: $600
Email: Jenna J. Erickson
Phone: 715-747-2054

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The Art of Relief Sculpture: Head and Figure
October 17-21, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Relief sculpture, quite simply, is one of the most fascinating of all sculptural art forms. Although it is firmly rooted in the sculptor's realm, it owes its design and composition to the draftsman and painters' turf, and its dynamism to a 2-D format and use of perspective. Eugene will demonstrate and discuss his approach and respect of this powerful art form. Students may choose to work from a live model or their own photo reference. Although there will be live models provided during the workshop, photos and digital images are commonly used to create reliefs. Students may bring their own reference for portraits. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Eugene Daub, www.dfsculpturestudios.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $725 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Portrait from Life
October 24-27, 2016 — David Gray is an award winning oil painter known for his still life and human subject paintings rendered in a style reminiscent of the French Neoclassical painters Jacques-Louis David and his student Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Working from the live model David will take you step by step through the process he uses in creating his professional works. From initial under-drawing though final glazes learn to build your painting in a series of layers that will help you effectively translate the observed model into an elegant and refined portrait. This study will also include some information on color mixing and color theory as it relates to light and form. Visit website


Location: Langley, WA
Instructor: David Gray, www.davidgrayart.com
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Cost: $660
Email: Cary Jurriaans
Phone: 360.637.4690

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Exploring the Surface: Painting the Still Life & Figure
October 24-26, 2016 — This 3-day workshop will cover topics including Value Studies, Color Theory, Simplification, Application: Brush and Palette Knife, Painting the Figure from Photographs (optional), Painting Still Life from Life, and Additional Intermediate and Advanced Painting Concepts. Angela's subjects often walk a fine line between abstraction and reality. Settled amid thick layers of paint, her simple subjects wander softly in and out of the background. Visit website


Location: Atlanta, GA
Instructor: Angela Nesbit
Sponsor: The Art School in Sandy Springs
Cost: $495
Email: Laura Shainker
Phone: 404-414-8343

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Drawing and Painting With Charles Reid
October 24-28 or Oct 31 - November 4, 2016 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) — A great drawing is the foundation of a great painting. Charles Reid, the master of contour drawing, will teach you how to concentrate on interconnecting shapes rather than drawing separate objects. Discover how to simplify and avoid overworking by focusing on good paint consistency. Practice “direct painting”, using as few over-washes as possible. Achieve the correct color, edge variety, and tonal value on the first try. Charles is the author of Charles Reid’s Watercolor Secrets and Charles Reid’s Watercolor Solutions, and many more. He is a member of the National Academy of Design. Visit website


Location: New Orleans, LA
Instructor: Charles Reid
Sponsor: Art in the Mountains
Cost: $995 incl. model fees
Email: Tracy Culbertson
Phone: 503-930-4572

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Painting Portrait Studies in Oil
October 24-28, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Expand your observational understanding in this workshop focused on painting the portrait. Portrait sketches are an effective way to improve skills in rendering any subject matter, through the practice of drawing, applying design principles, understanding paint quality, and use of color. Each day you will paint a head study from a different vantage point with different lighting. Throughout the workshop Dawn will provide group instruction, as well as individualized attention, to find the painting process and selection of colors that best suits your needs. Open to oil and acrylic painters, however those with some drawing skills and working knowledge of materials will benefit the most from this experience. Visit website


Location: Fish Creek, WI
Instructor: Dawn Whitelaw, www.DawnWhitelaw.com
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Cost: Members: $525, Non-Members: $555
Email: Peninsula School of Art
Phone: (920) 868-3455

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Sculpting Children – Rekindled Memories
October 24-28, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Jerry will show students how to use their photographs to spark the pilot light of their imaginations and memories. These rekindled memories of childhood or of their own children will be the inspiration to bring the sculpture to life. Students will use water based clay so their sculptures can be fired in a kiln, thus avoiding the expense of molds and bronze casting costs. The first session will meet at Jerry’s studio in Paradise Valley, AZ to discuss the creative process and determine goals. The workshop will include Instructor demonstrations and individual daily critiques. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Jerry Cox, www.jerrycox.net
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $585
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Telluride Painting School – Painting from Observation
October 31 - November 11, 2016 (9 am-1 pm) — Ron Milewicz will guide students as they capture the human form with oil paints, working from a live model. Students will learn how working from observation can be an act of deep creative invention, where color, light and movement are used as metaphors for the physical and emotional experience of life. Students will engage in a process of truly ‘seeing’ that involves both rational analysis and an opening up to an intuitive understanding of the motif, and each will develop a unique and intelligent pictorial response to the image as it takes its place on the canvas. Visit website


Location: Telluride, CO
Instructor: Ron Milewicz
Sponsor: Ah Haa School for the Arts
Cost: $1145
Email: Kathleen Cole
Phone: (970) 728-3886

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Sculptural Drawing Intensive – Figure and Portrait
October 31 - November 4, 2016 (9am-4pm) — A professional portrait painter and award winning bronze sculptor, Rick Casali creates a unique workshop experience for any artist interested in the figure and portrait. Rick’s philosophy defines structural form as the foundation for expressing the spirit of the model or portrait client. Demos in both charcoal and clay will address the model’s pose/action, proportion, geometric planes, specific anatomy, organic rhythms, perspective, and the power of light and shade. Students will draw the same pose from different angles in an effort to truly comprehend what is happening. The head will be drawn in wildly different positions to emphasize sound construction of the skull over enticement towards the features. Recommended for portrait painters, pastel artists, students of drawing, figure sculptors, and computer animators. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Rick Casali, www.rickcasali.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $625 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Painting from Life
October 31 - November 4, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Traditional Realism. Alla prima oil painting, direct painting wet on wet. In this workshop, students will paint from life, observing the model carefully to see and understand the form and also express the character of the individual posing. The objective of the workshop is to develop skill to paint realistically in the tradition of the Old Masters. Max will critique each student's painting daily, give painting from life demonstrations, and give talks about contemporary and traditional art in relation to the painting we are doing in this workshop. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Max Ginsburg, www.maxginsburg.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $825 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Watercolor Portraits: Painting the Figure from Photographs
November 7-11, 2016 (9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.) — Although painting a person in watercolor may seem daunting, it is every bit as approachable as creating a still life or landscape. Ted Nuttall demonstrates the techniques, and instills the confidence to enjoy painting people. Ted will discuss the benefits of photographic reference, as well as how to interpret a photo in order to give life and energy to the subject. In Ted’s daily demonstrations and presentations, he shares his personal approach to painting – plus he introduces the work of other artists with the objective of inspiring enriched seeing and thinking skills. What’s more, significant time is allowed for one-on-one instruction. Visit his website: tednuttall.com. Visit website


Location: Huntsville, AL
Instructor: Ted Nuttall
Sponsor: Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $675 Museum members/$700 non-members
Email: Laura Smith
Phone: 256-535-4350 x222

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Portrait Painting
November 7-11, 2016 — In this portrait painting workshop Jeff Hein will discuss what he believes to be the key elements of creating a great portrait. He will discuss creating a concept, formulating good composition and designing of marks, strokes, shape and color. Jeff will also break down the formal process of painting a head into its most basic parts; drawing, value and color. As Jeff Demonstrates daily he will show his techniques and discuss key principles associated with these three areas. As students paint from a live model each day, Jeff will critique and assist on an individual basis in an effort to help each student complete the workshop a better portrait and figure painter. Visit website


Location: Langley, WA
Instructor: Jeff Hein, www.jeffhein.com
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Cost: $680, plus model fee
Email: Cary Jurriaans
Phone: 360.637.4690

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Animals, Figures, and Backgrounds
November 7-10, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Over four days, students will breathe life into their paintings by going outside the lines and “getting loose” with their techniques. Each day will begin with a demonstration, followed by plenty of painting time with lots of individual attention from Kim. She will focus on helping students gain confidence painting the human/animal form or portrait, upgrade their ability, and learn to be more analytical of their own paintings. Techniques will include painting shapes and the application of paint with correct values, leaving lost and found edges for interest and movement, and integrating the foreground with the background to make a cohesive painting. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Kim Johnson Nechtman, www.kj-art.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $400
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Figure in Oil: In Studio and Plein Air
November 7-11, 2016 (9am-4pm) — In this workshop, the figure will be the subject matter; however, the focus will be on improving drawing skills and seeing values and colors correctly, along with understanding their relationships to each other. There will be daily demonstrations emphasizing the big shapes and establishing their relationships correctly. This provides a springboard to adding additional information, if the individual artist desires. Students will address design and technique in a manner in which the individual artist may express themselves in a personal way. Students will experience many specific assignments, which will help them to "get to the point a little more quickly." Be ready to cover a lot of canvas and to "learn through earnest mileage." Students will receive plenty of one-on-one instruction. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Peggi Kroll-Roberts, www.krollroberts.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $685 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Painting the Alla Prima Studio Portrait & Figure
November 9-11, 2016 (9am-4pm) — In this workshop, Suchitra will teach students the key to simplifying shapes and the essence of how to see accurate color relationships. Students will explore the basis of color theory through small and simple color exercises using the live model. Suchitra will teach students how to see color temperature which will help students to understand how to paint the color of the light. In addition, Suchitra will introduce portrait and figure construction by means of interpreting planes. Suchitra will demonstrate each morning and provide individual instruction throughout the workshop. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Suchitra Bhosle, www.suchitrabhosle.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $575 + $35 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Sculpting Memory Shapes & Patterns of the Figure w/ Stephen Perkins
November 11-14, 2016 (10 am - 5 pm w/ 1 hour lunch break) — This sculpture workshop will be useful to both 2D and 3D artists of all levels. The workshop focuses on the archetypal or memory shapes of the figure by abstracting the figure into simpler geometry and planes. Working from Stephen’s demonstrations, the class will start with the the larger forms (pelvis, ribcage/shoulder girdle, head) and proceed to the smaller forms, developing a conceptual geometric shape for each of the major and minor forms of the figure. Visit website


Location: Oakland, CA
Instructor: Stephen Perkins
Sponsor: Dogtown Sculptors
Cost: $475
Email: Paul Bigelow

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Oil Bars with Lois Silver
November 12-13, 2016 (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.) — Discover rich, colorful and surprisingly easy drawing and painting techniques using oilbars without solvents or brushes. Lois Silver will show how to combine drawing and painting skills, emphasizing composition, color and value. Students will learn to incorporate the figure into the painting in a creative narrative manner, using photos from Lois' collection. All levels. Visit website


Location: Bainbridge Island, WA
Instructor: Lois Silver
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Cost: $310
Email: Martha Jordan
Phone: 206-715-6663

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The Extended Portrait Study
November 14-18, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will focus on the development of an extended portrait study. Ryan will discuss how to lay in a portrait, considering the structure and general impression. He will instruct students on how to control value, color harmonies and painting surface. Students will work on developing one portrait from one model for the length of the workshop which will give students a chance to make necessary corrections and refinements to their work. Ryan will cover materials both for drawing and painting, elements of lighting a model, posing a model, and how to make decisions about what you’d like to capture in portrait painting. Ryan will demo each day and will offer personal critiques for each student. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Ryan Brown, www.ryansbrownart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $675 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Native American Portrait in Clay
November 14-18, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This workshop is designed to help students understand the Native American portrait in clay. Oreland will start by covering the skull, major tendons and muscles. Once the basics have been established, students will move to gesture and certain key areas to identify the clay study as Native American. The study will involve two live demonstrations which will include one male Native American model and one female Native American model. Monday and Tuesday mornings will begin with one gesture exercise working from live models. The goal of the workshop is to help students understand the Native American bone structure and facial surface. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Oreland C. Joe, Sr., www.orelandjoe.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $950 + $35 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Figure and Studio Painting
November 14-18, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This intensive five-day workshop is designed for painters who have already had painting experience but would like to continue improving craftsmanship and visual concept. The class will focus on painting from the model as well as studio painting. There will be a deep discussion regarding visual elements such as design, placement of composition and focal point. Students should bring their own photo reference to the class for the studio painting assignment. The instructor will be doing a one day formal demonstration in class, sharing his thoughts and experience throughout the process. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Huihan Liu, www.huihanliuart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $750 + $35 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Language and Practice of Life Drawing
November 29 - December 3, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Working from the live model in two sessions daily, students will gain confidence and fluency in this most essential discipline. Through lectures, demonstrations and personal interaction, Ned Jacob will share knowledge and insight that has made him, arguably, one of the most respected draftsman of his generation. Neophytes will welcome this opportunity to gain a sound introduction to figure drawing; professionals will value this focused five-day workshop to sharpen tools grown dull through neglect. Subjects discussed will be: hiring, posing and lighting the mode; exploring the exquisite relationship between media and working surfaces; using correct drawing posture and address to the format; using charcoal, sanguine chalk and conte. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Ned Jacob
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $795 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Alla Prima Portrait Painting
December 9-12, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Sean Cheetham uses a very distinct palette, called a "mud-palette", when working on alla prima portraits. This palette will be discussed extensively throughout the workshop. The benefits of working with this palette are value and color control. Sean will discuss harmony and unity in your final piece. He will teach you a simple step-by-step process to painting alla prima portraits. Sean will be going over composition, drawing, likeness, organizing your palette, color mixing, value, edges, and producing a completed portrait. The workshop will start off with a demonstration and then Sean will continue to paint alongside the students throughout the weekend and offer critiques. There will be a different model each day as the focus is on direct wet-into-wet painting. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Sean Cheetham, www.seancheetham.blogspot.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $575 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Go Big or Go Home!
December 12-16, 2016 (9am-4pm) — Have you ever been inspired to work in the grand scale of paintings hanging in museums? Figure painter Timothy Rees will lead students through the mechanics of executing large figure paintings, from conception of idea to execution. Students will be provided a large stretched canvas (which can be rolled and shipped after the workshop), as well as extra-large brushes. After watching a demonstration each morning, students will work for five days to execute a painting that is five feet or larger. All styles are welcome, and the main focus will be in planning, setting up the model, positioning the model and canvas to view everything in the correct perspective, painting on a large scale, and more. Class is limited to 10 students. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Timothy Rees, www.reesfineart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600 + $150 materials fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Portrait Drawing Intensive
December 14-16, 2016 (9am-4pm) — This structured, three-day long (approximately a 12 hour pose) workshop will offer students of all levels a unique opportunity to engage, interpret and create a compelling drawing of the head and shoulders from life. Throughout the development of the long pose drawing, students will be guided by means of descriptions and demonstrations on planar head landmarks, light and tonal effects on the flesh, the appearance of structure, and comprehending/interpreting form through dynamic mark making and expressive feature drawing. Critiques will exist in the form of lecture demonstrations (for planning and troubleshooting) and in one-on-one exchanges. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Dan Thompson, www.danthompsonart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $450 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Head Drawing
January 3-5, 2017 (9am-4pm) — The simple, abstract beauty of line, when combined with accurate values and thoughtful edges, is one of the most beautiful mediums of human expression. The aim of this workshop will be to give students a better understanding of how to become an excellent draftsman, and time to practice drawing from life. This workshop will cover the following topics: how to handle the medium of charcoal, how to draw accurately and what makes a drawing beautiful. Joshua will open each day with a demonstration and students will spend the remainder of the day drawing from life, with individual critiques. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Josh Clare, www.joshclare.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $375 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Portraiture in Oil and Pastel
January 3-7, 2017 (9am-4pm) — The objective of this workshop will be an emphasis on representational painting using various live models as subjects. This is an intensive workshop and will include demonstrations, explanations of materials and techniques. Students will choose their medium, either oil or pastel, and will be instructed in the fundamental development of a painting with an emphasis on drawing, composition, values, color and edge control. Wende will explain the elements to consider when arranging the model. The set-up, lighting, and positioning of the model to create an interesting composition, will be addressed. Instruction in drawing and color mixing for portraiture as well as suggestions to address specific aspects of the process of working in either oil or pastel will also be given. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Wende Caporale, www.wendecaporale.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $750 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Anatomy and Drawing
January 3-7, 2017 (9am-4pm) — This anatomy class is a must for all 3-D and 2-D artists. Simon covers each body part, toward an understanding of movement and form: how a joint moves, how far you can "push" it for expressions sake, and when you will "break" it. This workshop is an intense class with Simon illustrating the concepts as he moves through the body parts. It will empower students drawing and increase their understanding and freedom to manipulate the figure in space. Students will create an anatomy textbook of their own, forever a useful resource. This workshop will reinforce the understanding and use of anatomy in the future work of each student. Students can use pencil, chalk, charcoal, brush, stick, anything that leaves a mark on paper. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Simon Kogan, www.simonkogan.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $650 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Figure in Pastels
January 6-8, 2017 (9am-4pm) — In this three-day workshop, Margaret teaches a simple step-by-step pastel painting method. Working with live models, students explore drawing, composition, anatomy, proportion, value, color, and pastel application. Emphasis is on developing form using light and shadow, and layering color for a translucent effect. This workshop is for students who want to learn about color and who want to speed up and become less tight in their work. Students do not need prior pastel experience. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Margaret Dyer, www.margaretdyer.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $395 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Portrait Sculpture from Photo or Historical Reference
January 9-13, 2017 (9am-4pm) — Doing a portrait from a live model has become a rare event. Of all the portraits Eugene has done, which number in the hundreds, only 5% are from life. In reality most portraits being done today are from photo reference. Working from reference (photo or other) challenges artists to flesh out the information that is difficult or impossible to see, and accentuate the uniqueness by taking reasonable artistic liberties. Students will also be working from a live model as part of the learning experience. The main goal is to gain a deep understanding of the head and features. And into that matrix, we weave expression and a psychological context. Students are welcome to work in relief as well as in the round. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Eugene Daub, www.dfsculpturestudios.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $725 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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The Completed Painting: From Beginning to End
January 9-13, 2017 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will focus on a certain process in creating finished artwork. This will involve creating oil sketches from the live model to capture value and color relationships, as well as taking photos to record details not captured in studies. Mike will then walk through the process of using these aids to create a more completed painting of the subject. During the workshop, Mike will discuss design, composition, and look to the masters of the past to gain understanding. As part of this workshop, students will be working from printed photos or other digital devices (not provided by the school) to paint from combining both working from life and from photos. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Mike Malm, www.michaelmalm.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $600 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Light and Shadow: Painting the Portrait and Still Life
January 9-13, 2017 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will focus on the "chiaroscuro" approach of the old masters, which uses strong light and rich shadow to create intense and dramatic paintings. The workshop will include two instructor demonstrations, illustrating Michael's technique and giving insight into his methods and philosophies. Students will have the option to paint either portrait or still life, or both during the course of the workshop. Michael will also help students set up their own vivid still-life compositions, and there will be a live model each day as well. All painting will be done from life. Special attention will be given to the unique properties of light and shadow, as well as design, value, edges, color, and sculptural brushstroke. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Michael Siegel, www.siegelfineart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $675 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Figure and Portrait Drawing with Charcoal
January 9-13, 2017 (9am-4pm) — This workshop will focus on both short and long pose charcoal drawings from live models. Different techniques mentioned in the book (Henry Yan's Figure Drawing-Techniques and Tips) will be introduced and practiced, as well as some basic skills in drawing human anatomy and portraiture. Demonstrations and individual help will show students how to draw with beautiful line work; methods of placing tones for rendering images three dimensionally; design of realistic works with supporting abstract elements; and ways to draw with painterly approaches. Visit website


Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Instructor: Henry Yan, www.henryyanart.com
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Cost: $635 + $50 model fee
Email: Scottsdale Artists' School
Phone: (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707

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Painting People from Photographs
March 12-18, 2017 — Join us for great fun in San Miguel! The weather is perfect at this time of year, cool, and spring-like, with many flowering trees in bloom. All levels of painting experience welcome. Although painting a person in watercolor may seem daunting, it is every bit as approachable as creating a still life or landscape. Ted Nuttall demonstrates the techniques, and instills the confidence to enjoy painting people. In an atmosphere that’s both creative and supportive, he encourages, in each participant, a renewed enthusiasm for his or her art – regardless of their skill level. Our hotel with its beautiful studio is located across the street from the Art institute and a short walk from the main plaza in San Miguel. Visit website


Location: San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Instructor: Ted Nuttall
Sponsor: Flying Colors Art Workshops
Cost: $1695 painters, $1495 non-painters
Email: Johanna Morrell
Phone: 858-518-0949

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Loosening Up & Seeing Color Everywhere: Watercolor Portraits
March 16-19, 2017 (9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) — Do you find yourself picking up those small brushes too soon? Do you wish you could see more and different colors in your images? Do you always intend to loose some edges but then find your finished paintings very tight? In this workshop, students work on understanding the structure of the face and expanding their color palette and then applying what they learn to working from photographs and from life. Kathy Durdin has exhibited and won awards in numerous watercolor exhibits across the US. She is a signature member of Florida, Texas, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida Suncoast Watercolor Societies. In 2013, she was featured in Watercolor Artist “Ones to Watch”. Visit kathydurdin.com. Visit website


Location: Huntsville, AL
Instructor: Kathy Durdin
Sponsor: Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $425 Museum members/ $450 non-members
Email: Laura Smith
Phone: 256-535-4350 x222

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Watercolor: Simple, Fast and Focused!
April 3-7, 2017 (9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.) — Challenge yourself and go beyond your boundaries in watercolor! Gain more confidence by simplifying your approach to subject matter. Learn to paint with energy and focus. Understand that clarity of thought and emotion are essential in the medium of watercolor. He is a graduate of Pratt Institute and also studied the art with Edgar Whitney. He is a signature member of prestigious art societies including the American Watercolor Society, Transparent Watercolor Society of America, North East Watercolor Society, Georgia Watercolor Society, and New Jersey Watercolor Society. Mel has written numerous feature articles and is the author of two popular books, Watercolor: Simple, Fast, & Focused and The Figure In Watercolor: Simple, Fast, & Focused. Visit melstabin.com Visit website


Location: Huntsville, AL
Instructor: Mel Stabin
Sponsor: Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $825 Museum members/ $850 non-members
Email: Laura Smith
Phone: 256-535-4350 x222

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Still-life, Portrait and Figure
July 11-13, 2017 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) — Explore the wonders of watercolor with an inspirational three-day workshop in Laguna Beach, California. Mary will cover the fundamentals of getting a likeness, planning dynamic compositions, mixing clean colors, achieving value balance and creating paintings with emotion. Her daily demonstrations from life and one-on-one assistance will guide you to making your best paintings ever. Mary’s work is in many corporate and museum collections, and has been featured in International Artist, American Artist, Artist Magazine, and American Art Collector magazines. She has been awarded the Portrait Society of America's Gold Medal. Visit website


Location: Laguna Beach, CA
Instructor: Mary Whyte
Sponsor: Art in the Mountains
Cost: $995
Email: Tracy Culbertson
Phone: 503.930.4572

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Alla Prima Figure Painting
July 13-16, 2017 (9 a.m. - 5 p.m.) — This class is about painting the figure alla prima (wet into wet) and the techniques used to create a fresh, direct response to our subjects. The class will paint from the model. Students will learn to look at the nude figure and see it in terms of large, overall basic shapes. Working on a toned ground, we’ll start by sketching and placing the subject on the canvas. Then we block in three simple values: light, dark and mid tone. By learning to simplify form, values and color, we begin to interpret and break down the figure into more understandable tones and shapes. This class will be particularly helpful to students who wish to paint more loosely. Visit website


Location: Bainbridge Island, WA
Instructor: David Shevlino
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Cost: $595 (Plus model fee)
Email: Martha Jordan
Phone: 206-715-6663

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Alla Prima Portrait Painting
September 15-17, 2017 (10am-5pm) — Alla Prima painting, or wet into wet, single session painting is a stimulating method which teaches you to be present in every brush stroke, focusing on only the essentials, ultimately teaching you great dexterity and control. With demonstration and gentle critique, Felicia will challenge you to correctly observe and record the fundamentals: shapes, values, edges and color. You will paint with the Zorn Palette, a limited primary color palette that allows for easier color harmony by eliminating the need to choose between cool or warm versions of each primary. Visit website


Location: Bainbridge Island, WA
Instructor: Felicia Forte, www.feliciaforte.com
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Cost: $480 plus model fee
Email: Martha Jordan
Phone: 206-715-6663

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Painting From Life (Emphasis on Drapery & Folds) - Self Study
Ongoing (Total course time 22:26:25 Hours) — In this self-study online class, Painting from Life will emphasize the mechanics of material through color, temperature, and abstraction. In addition, Ron will break down the drapery into its anatomy: the 7 folds principle and the fold characteristics of certain fabrics. You will also observe texture and reflection of light on the weave of fabrics from velvety materials to cloth with sheen. Although this class is taught traditionally, students may work digitally on their own. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Ron Lemen
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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2D Anatomy
Ongoing (Total Course Time: 19:08:42 Hours) — In this online self-study course, students analyze the important muscles needed to create convincing figures and learn about surface anatomy such as the fat distribution and the fascia that surrounds every inch of the living form. Through thought out, easily understood assignments, the student better understands the living form of the model and is able to more easily create from the imagination. Most importantly, the student will have the confidence to edit the living model and therefore interpret more poetically what he/she sees to make their drawing or painting more personal. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Rey Bustos
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Drawing From Imagination
Ongoing (Total Course Time: 21:44:17 Hours) — Prepare to learn about how to draw using critical thinking and visualization in this online self-study course. Master Artist Glenn Vilppu teaches you that drawing does not occur on paper, but in the mind. He offers a fascinating insight on how to draw analytically while still managing to make it life like. You will find out what it takes to communicate the story your drawing is trying to tell, and how it can be best expressed. This is a great class for all artists; it even includes Glenn’s critiques of student work in this classroom video experience. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Glenn Vilppu
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Beginning Composition
Ongoing (Total Course Time: 22:18:36 Hours) — In composition, there are no standardized or predetermined rules. Beginning Composition will introduce students to a unique and proven method of learning the fundamental concepts of composition and visual literacy. Students will be exposed to information and demonstrations that will enable them to see problems and correct their own compositions and become more visually expressive. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Bill Perkins
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Fantasy Illustration
Ongoing (Total Course Time: 20:09:14 Hours) — Explore the aspects of Fantasy Illustration, including the successful design of the fantasy elements in an illustration such as costumes, props and architecture. Improving the structure and underlying emotional impact, and the composition of the illustrations will be discussed. Composition of real and limited space (graphical space) will be compared and experimented with. Creature and human character design though posing and integration into the composition will also be explored. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Craig Elliott
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818*708-9232

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Visual Development Fundamentals
Ongoing (Total Course Time: 20:16:19 Hours) — In this online self-study course, learn the critical components of making great Concept Art by studying Film, Animation, Games and Painting, as well as developing your own project to flex your artistic muscle. You will select a classic story to redesign by choosing a style and creating that world with much reference and sketching, leading to a final concept painting. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Peter Markowski
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Introduction to Creature Design
Ongoing — In this self-study Creature Design course, we will fully develop 2-3 creatures using guided creativity while grounding students with real-world plausibility. Students will learn early stage ideation, rendering and color techniques to create new and original creatures from a blank page, all the way to a finished portfolio piece. We will go over more grounded earthly creatures all the way to creatively designed aliens. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Eric Ryan
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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Introduction to Character Design
Ongoing (Total Course Time: 20:05:32 Hours) — Introduction to Character Design caters to those who are new to or at an intermediate level in terms of design knowledge when it comes to characters. We will be producing 3 characters (and their 3 variants) that fit together in the same world based off of classic archetypes. There will be a significant amount of freedom but the instructor will act as an Art Director to help make your work coherent and imaginative. This class is structured in a way that helps you have 3 or more portfolio worthy images showing competent character design. Prerequisites: Significant understanding of human anatomy, some level of knowledge of animal anatomy, a decent foundation in the fundamentals of drawings/painting. Videos are yours to keep. Visit website


Location: Web-delivered (Online)
Instructor: Eric Ryan
Sponsor: Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
Cost: $495.00
Email: Holly Olin-Miller
Phone: 818-708-9232

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