Drawing in Space (SSI)

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Creating a believable sense of depth and atmosphere in a drawing can be a major challenge for an artist. Learn several techniques that you can use to create a visual journey through space ? including overlapping, linear perspective, atmospheric perspective, focus, and other methods. Students will learn these techniques by drawing from still life objects, the interior of the studio, and outdoors. Examples of spatial composition from the great masters and how students can apply these ideas to their own work will also be discussed. Instruction will be given with short demonstrations and individual coaching.

Eric March received his B.F.A. from Indiana University and studied at the Art Students League and privately with Andy Reiss. March is represented by Park Slope Gallery in Brooklyn. Awards include the Provincetown Dune Shack residency and the Hudson River Fellowship. Visit www.ericmarch.com to learn more.

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