Beautiful painting by Max from his “Creativity” series in acrylics. Very emotional almost mystical color choices.
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Still-life pencil drawing by Arthur. What a beautiful drawing and with such organic approach to modeling drapery!
My demonstration in charcoal for drapery drawing class.
Max’s ink drawing of George Washington Bridge at Fort Lee Historical Park. He used two shades of brown ink to portray depth and perspective better.
My talented student Max just started discovering acrylics. This is his version of Monet’s painting “The Customhouse Officer’s Cabin at Varengeville”.
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Earlier I shared Arthur’s study of Albrecht Durer’s drawing. Here is a progression of his meticulous study. Not only did Arthur build volume and show great understanding of drawing drapery, he also used watercolor to add his own twist and a touch of subtle color to his artwork.
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One of the ways to learn is to study masters. Arthur chose to do a study of Albrecht Durer’s drawing. Adult class enjoys casual atmosphere combined with serious fundamental-focused art instruction.
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One of the most liberating things for artists is to try Pointillism. After a short demonstration students enjoyed a different approach to mixing color. Max took full advantage of optical color mixing by painting this luminous watercolor landscape.