Life Drawing

With our shady trees and green mountains, the Putney campus offers a variety of locations for you to work and build your understanding of perspective, proportion, volume, and composition.

In this class you will develop an understanding of traditional and non-traditional approaches to drawing using charcoal, graphite, pastel, ink, and other materials. Students draw from careful observation of a still life, from the human figure, and the landscape. Group critiques, individual critiques, and evaluation of student work are key components of this class.

Advanced students joining the workshop will be able to work at their own pace,  taking part in introductory work to refresh their skills, or diving straight into developing their body of work.

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