LEARN PORTRAIT DRAWING - Class Limit 10 by Joyce Clair
Require full vaccination
Drawing realistic portraits is a skill you can learn, even if you can’t draw a straight line! In this class series you will learn how to see accurately, what to look for to capture a likeness, how to measure proportions, and how to shade to bring a portrait to life. You will practice drawing a Master’s portrait drawing, a self-portrait, and a portrait of a friend or family member from a photo. Attendance to all four sessions is necessary for maximum benefit. Students to bring drawing supplies to each class.
Supplies: Drawing sketch book or multi-media sketch book 6x8 or larger, 3 drawing pencils (HB or 2B, 4B, and 6B), white charcoal pencil, small pencil sharpener, erasers, blending stumps, tissues, and ruler.
Joyce Clair is a watercolor artist and retired nurse practitioner who also enjoys drawing and teaching. She regularly teaches at regional art centers. Joyce grew up in Pennsylvania, lived in Maryland and Texas, and retired to Georgia in 2014. She studied drawing at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. Her watercolors are influenced by workshops with Skip Lawrence, Tom Lynch, Zoltan Szabo, Frank Webb, and Morris Green. Joyce’s paintings are displayed at Artworks Gallery, Murphy Art Center, Blue Ridge Art Center, “Joyce Clair Art” on face book and www.fineartamerica.com.