Early Bird

Drawing the Human Head

$85.00 $65.00

Wednesday, November 7, 6:30pm–9:30pm 

Instructor: Bob Welsh

This class is for those interested in developing drawing skills in portraiture and/or creating a believable representation of the human head.

Successful drawing of the human head is based upon an understanding of its basic proportions. Review these proportions by preparing a reference guide and then practice drawing from a live model to apply what you have learned.

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Description

Wednesday, November 7, 6:30pm–9:30pm 

Instructor: Bob Welsh

This class is for those interested in developing drawing skills in portraiture and/or creating a believable representation of the human head.

Successful drawing of the human head is based upon an understanding of its basic proportions. Review these proportions by preparing a reference guide and then practice drawing from a live model to apply what you have learned.

Early Registration through September 9
Class Fee: $58.50/Member, $65/non-Member

Registration after September 9
Class Fee: $76.50/Member, $85/non-Member

Supply List

  • 18×24 newsprint pad (Rough)
  • Conte Crayons (Sanquine Medici or Bistre)
  • Erasers (Mars Plastic Soft White and Kneaded)

About the Instructor

Bob grew up in Pittsburgh and Los Angeles, where he graduated
from the Art Center College of Design with a degree in Industrial
Design. He began his career as an automobile designer for the
Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan and later moved to
the Pacific Northwest, taking a position as a design consultant
to the Boeing company. He traveled extensively for Boeing,
developing color schemes for the worlds’ airlines and designing
executive interiors for heads of state. Alongside his professional
design career, Bob has pursued a lifelong interest in painting,
photography and theater. He designed sets for the Issaquah
Village Theater productions of “South Pacific”, “The King and I” and “Peter
Pan”. His current paintings are inspired by his world travels and the
northwest landscapes he encounters on hiking and backpacking trips.

Additional Information

Prerequisite: No art experience necessary. Designed for all levels of artists.
Note: Workshops with less than minimum enrollment may be cancelled one week prior to start date.
Location: artEAST Art Center