Upcoming Courses with Will Nathans at Will Nathans Fine Art Studio located on 2nd Floor of Kennedy’s Art Shop. To book or to email for information: firstname.lastname@example.org or text at 0862209102. willnathanspaintings.com
- Drawing the Portrait
Wed, 18 Jan to 22 Feb, 6pm to 8:30pm
Tuition: 380 euro
This Drawing Course is designed to instruct beginners and more advanced students in the fundamentals of classical Portrait Drawing. In class students will draw and observe directly from a posed model. Gesture, anatomy, distribution of weight, light and shade, line, proportion, mass, tone and value will all be discussed and demonstrated for the class along with individual attention to each student. Students will work directly in front of the posed model while learning each lesson. Students will learn to render the form of the model while understanding the basic structure of anatomical references with the head and shoulders. Proper modeling of form in charcoal and pencils will be explained and demonstrated. This is a method of drawing based on tonal masses which will prepare students to understand the basics of painting.
- Classical Figure Painting in Oils
Tuesdays, 17 Jan to 21 Feb, 6 to 8:30pm
Tuition: 360 euro
This Course is designed to instruct students how to develop a figure painting using a full colour palette. How to use oil colour and temperature to describe form in space while using the posed model will be the basis of this course. Anatomical reference points and weight will be explored and described. Class demonstrations will be conducted to give students confidence and insight into painting the figure in oil colour.
Experience appreciated. Beginners welcome.
Materials List emailed once registered
- Creating Your Own Compositions
Tuesday, 17 Jan to 21 Feb, 10:30am to 1:00 pm
Tuition: 300 euro
Students will be taken through more advanced techniques in creating three dimensional painting using color, edges and temperature in oils. This course will lead students into re-creating images from students own reference. The problem of using photo-graphic reference and or drawings is in recreating the sense of light and form. An artist needs to reinterpret the form and light. This demands using ones imagination in color and light and form. Simple techniques and devices will be demonstrated and practiced with students on their projects individually.
How does one compose a painting or picture? Every image has a story to tell and artists must interpret the image to re-create the most powerful impact.
Classes are limited to 8 students. Materials List emailed once student registers.