Four class workshop taught by Lacey Lewis
In this class, we will study the major muscles and bones that most affect the surface of the human form. In addition to learning about the overall structure of the figure, students will learn about important bones and muscles, and most importantly will learn how to study anatomy and find it evident in the live figure.
We will study a few parts of the anatomy at a time, learning what the function of each particular muscle or bone is and why it's an important feature in figure drawing. We will spend part of each class creating anatomical diagrams before we move on to studies of the figure in action.
Upon completion of this class, students will have a better understanding of the structure and function of the human figure and will have the tools to continue more in depth self-study moving forward. This will lead to more informed and better proportioned life drawings and will greatly improve drawings done from imagination.
Class times: 6pm – 8pm, Tuesdays in April (April 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th)
Fee: $140 per person
Lacey is a contemporary figurative painter who works in a realistic style. Most known for her paintings that depict modernday burlesque performers, Lewis also works in portraiture and still life. Her first love was drawing and this continues to be the foundation of her artistic practice, working regularly from the live model.
Lewis has studied with many of today’s best painters including Robert Liberace, Steven Assael, and Max Ginsburg. Her artwork is regularly recognized through exhibitions, awards, and publication. In addition to creating her own work, Lewis loves to share her knowledge and enthusiasm with others through teaching classes and workshops.
Visit her website at: www.lacey-lewis.com