Exploring Style and Voice in Figure Drawing 

$95.00

Wednesday, October 24, noon–3:00pm 

Instructor: Roseanne Campagna
What goes into artistic style? What is artistic voice?
After an overview of basic figure proportions, this workshop will explore various learning exercises and drawing techniques. The class will discuss the maker’s intention, and visual communication through line and mass. We will use simple mark making tools, and materials that have further influence on what and how the image communicates.

Supply list attached.

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Description

Wednesday, October 24, noon–3:00pm 

Instructor: Roseanne Campagna
What goes into artistic style? What is artistic voice?
After an overview of basic figure proportions, this workshop will explore various learning exercises and drawing techniques. The class will discuss the maker’s intention, and visual communication through line and mass. We will use simple mark making tools, and materials that have further influence on what and how the image communicates.

Supply list attached.

Early Enrollment before October 3:
Monthly Class Fee: 
$67.50/Member, $75/non-Member

Regular Enrollment after October 3:
Monthly Class Fee: 
$85.50/Member, $95/non-member

Additional Information

Prerequisite: No prerequisites. Class designed for all experience levels.
Note: Classes must meet a minimum enrollment of students. Unfortunately, workshops with less than minimum enrollment may be cancelled one week prior to start date.
Location: artEAST Art Center

Supply List

Students who already have thee above items and/or do not want to purchase the Drawing Class Set above can buy same items separately.

Optional:

Brush Tip Marker Black/Grey
https://www.dickblick.com/products/sharpie-brush-tip-art-pens/

About the Instructor

Like many creative people, Roseanne Campagna has been engaged in arts and crafts activities since early childhood. In her late twenties, she discovered her strongest love is for drawing and oil painting. 
 
Several years ago, Roseanne operated/owned a successful working, and teaching studio. Workshops and classes were held for Individual artists, and special interest groups whose attendance was made possible by obtaining grant support monies. 
 
“My motivation for teaching is to share my understanding of the important value and personal power ‘making’ provides to the individual and it’s enrichment to society.” 
 
Roseanne is a graduate of Cornish College, and continues her ongoing studies in still life, figure, and landscape.