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Saturday Classes for High School Students

DR 710PP Pre-College Portfolio Preparation: Drawing

$425

with Emily Hirtle

Calendar Feb 1, 2020 at 9 am, runs for 10 weeks

Ideal for teens who want to further their drawing skills and develop a strong body of work for their portfolios. Students will work in drawing media from the still life, PAFA’s historic cast collection and the human portrait to learn principles of composition, value, perspective, and drawing techniques.

Learning Objectives

• Become familiar with a wide range of drawing material and techniques.

• Acquire a working knowledge of the fundamental principles of drawing.

• Acquire the ability to depict observed and invented form through a mastery of perspective and proportion.

• Students will ultimately learn to “see.”

Saturday portfolio preparation classes present a valuable opportunity for teens to develop and hone their studio art skills under the guidance of PAFA faculty. Open to high school students entering or currently enrolled in 9th through 12th grades. All levels welcome. Register by: January 24

Materials List Hirtle DR 710PP

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DR 710E2 Pre-College Preparation: Figure Painting
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DR 710E2 Pre-College Preparation: Figure Painting

$425

with David Wilson

Calendar Feb 1, 2020 at 12:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Figure painting is one the most versatile and popular subjects taught at PAFA. Learn to paint the life model in oil/acrylic, focusing on human anatomy and proportions, paint handling, materials, and design. Prior basic painting experience recommended. Note: This class will utilize nude models.

Learning Objectives

• Acquire basic knowledge of the proportions of the human body

• Become familiar with a wide range of painting material and techniques.

• Acquire a working knowledge of the fundamental principles of painting.

• Acquire the ability to depict observed and invented form through a mastery of proportion.

• Demonstrate proficiency in the methods and materials of painting’s various disciplines and media.

Saturday portfolio preparation classes present a valuable opportunity for teens to develop and hone their studio art skills under the guidance of PAFA faculty. Open to high school students entering or currently enrolled in 9th through 12th grades. All levels welcome.

Register by: January 24

Materials List Wilson IN 660HS





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