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F31. Bargue Drawing [FULL]

F31. Bargue Drawing [FULL]

This course is full.

Tuesdays, 6-8:30 pm

Following the traditional ateliers in Europe, we will use Barque Plates and the sight-size technique to train your eye and learn the skills needed for realistic drawing. Learn how to start a drawing, how to develop it in a way that sets you up for accuracy, how to master a pencil, and how to finish a drawing with smooth rendering. Perfected for centuries, this method will make your eye so acute you will wish it was the first class you ever took. Supply list provided.

$149, Members; $175, nonmembers


Christina Mastrangelo: B.A. in Studio Art from James Madison University’s Honors Program Christina is a classically trained artist who recently moved back to the area after living and studying art for three years in Florence Italy. She graduated from the Fundamental Program at the Angel Academy of Art in 2009, the same year she was honored with the second place in the Worldwide ARC Scholarship competition for her achievements as artist and teacher. Also in 2012 she was an ARC Salon Finalist.

October 7, 14, 21, 28; November 4, 18 (six weeks
George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum
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