Day : Thursday
Time : 10:30-3:30
Class Starts : March 7
This is a class for those artists who want to develop their own, unique artwork. This class can be taken on its own, or part of a new program, The Figurative Core™.
Part of the process of becoming an artist is developing your own creative voice. In Creative Projects, students will work independently on projects that they develop with the advice and assistance of the instructor, but which stem from the students own imagination. Creativity is just as important as technique, if not more so. But it cannot exist in an atmosphere that lacks independence.
The class is designed for self motivated individuals who simply need some guidance in bringing their vision to fruition. It’s ideal for those artist’s who wish to develop more conceptual pieces, or in creating a body of creative work that is not academic in nature. These projects can be for either personal or professional artistic development.
For projects in this class, artist’s are encouraged to work out of their own imagination, as well as utilize outside image references (photos, Old Master paintings, literary sources, etc) to develop their own unique imagery. Artist’s will not simply copy a photograph. Originality and re-interpretation of source imagery is emphasized.
Mediums included are drawing, painting in any dry or wet media.
This class is available as a part of a new program at Teaching Studios called The Figurative Core™. Interested students can apply for admission to that program by contacting Director Rob Zeller via our main number, 516-558-7367, or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org