This class focuses on observational drawing with additional elements from one’s imagination to produce unique contextual portraits. The class has two models: one performing quick poses for gesture, and the other holding a long pose for a more resolved drawing. One-on-one instruction (for both beginners and more advanced students) is provided to help facilitate each student’s understanding and growth of creating art from their minds combined with what is seen through their eyes.
Students will learn to draw light, shadow, and form using both additive and subtractive methods of drawing. Recommended materials include graphite pencils (hb, 2b, 4b, 8b), a mono eraser pencil, a kneaded eraser, and vine or willow charcoal. Colored pencils or pastels are also welcome.
Jason Bard Yarmosky is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited and collected throughout the United States and around the world. His work has appeared in numerous publications including American Artist Drawing, New American Paintings, Hi-Fructose, and The Huffington Post. He is a past winner of the Elizabeth Greenshields Award. Jason Bard Yarmosky is currently represented by Bertand Delacroix Gallery.