March 30 – 31
Saturday & Sunday
10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Instructor present every day
Enrollment limited to 30 students
Request supply list upon registration
In this life-drawing workshop the students will learn to paint the model using monochromatic watercolor in order to quickly capture light and form. They will develop a rich vocabulary of mark-making, which they will learn to use to reveal the volumes of the human body. The model will start out quickly with 30 second warm-up poses, then gradually lengthen towards a final 30 minute pose. Individual attention and criticism will be given to each student. Particular attention will be paid to the white of the paper, edge control, and brush control. All levels from complete beginners to professionals welcome.
Wendy Artin has lived and painted in Boston, New York, Mexico, Guatemala, Paris, and Rome. She has exhibited in Boston, Paris, New York, Ann Arbor, Milan, London and Rome. Her work has been featured in L’Art de l’Aquarelle, American Artist Magazine, Artscope, Pratique des Arts, Arts Magazine, Gourmet, Artsmedia, Elle Decoration, Cote Sud, French Vogue, Elle, Joyce, Carnet, The Boston Globe, the New York Post and Vanity Fair. A film on Artin has been featured on Bravo’s Arts and Minds. She is an Artistic Advisor and has been a Visiting Artist several times at the American Academy in Rome. Her work is in the collections of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Boston Public Library, Fondation Colas, and several private collections around the world.