Working from a life model is a benefit to all artists because of the skill building it allows by way of observation, eye/hand coordination and the rendering of form, shape and volume. In this dynamic one-day workshop artists will address their personal creative development through painting, drawing, and exploring the human form. Emphasis will be placed on individual interpretation with regard to unique expression of colour, mark making and overall execution of poses.
Not suitable for beginners. Bring your own materials – acrylics, mixed media or other water based media. Supports of your choice.
Steve Rose (BFA) is a graduate of OCAD with a major in drawing and painting. He has exhibited his work in over 90 solo and group shows and has a diverse and experienced background as an artist/educator. He has taught at the Haliburton School of the Arts, OCAD, JCC Prosserman & Neilson Park Art Centre. Find out more about Steve and his artwork here.