The class will gather at the MET at 1 PM with Instructor Sherry Camhy at the Patio from the Castle of Vélez Blanco, 1506–15 Gallery 534 (to the left of the Grand Staircase in front of the Watson Library – look for Art Students League logo) to learn the focus for the day and again at 3 PM in the ground floor cafeteria of the Met to share, discuss and review their artwork. There will be talks about old master’s techniques and contemporary concepts of art ranging from traditional, historic, realistic, Hudson Valley, impressionist and abstract approaches to human, animal and landscape subjects. Students can choose to draw inside the museum or outside in the park or the zoo. What a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon in the Summer! Admission is pay as you wish with Art Students League ID.
Sherry Camhy’s work has been exhibited in and is part of the permanent collections of numerous museums. She curated The Silverpoint Exhibition at The National Arts Club (2013), and published Art of the Pencil (1997) and Robert Beverly Hale Lectures (2016). Articles by and about her have appeared in many art publications. When she is not giving workshops at The Art Students League, the School of Visual Arts, NYU Tisch School of the Arts or abroad, she can be found working in her studio in West Chelsea, NY. To learn more, visit www.sherrycamhy.com.
“It is only when what can be taught is working in perfect harmony with what cannot be taught that a work of art results.” —Harold Speed, 1873