Classical Figure Painting Workshop With Master Artist Juliette Aristides

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Classical Figure Painting Workshop With Master Artist Juliette Aristides

03 April, 2020 to 05 April, 2020

USD 799

Kline Academy of Fine Arts
3264 Motor Ave., Los Angeles, CA

3 Days, Fri. Apr. 3rd - Sun. 5th, 10am - 5pm


Workshop fee: $799 USD / person

Course Description:
Experience the Classical Training with master artist Juliette Aristides.

Come as you are and join Juliette Aristides for a three-day immersion in figure painting, whether you are a beginner looking to try something new, or an experienced painter interested in Classical training.

Explore the stages of painting, from quick starts to a sequential development of a longer pose throughout the rest of the workshop. During our time, we will focus on drawing and placement of large value masses as these elements hold the power and personality within a painting. We will look back at art history to discuss palette, the careful management of edges and treatment of light.

Your instructor will provide frequent demos and break down the process of painting into clear and consecutive steps. We will have lively conversations, critiques and individual instruction each informative and fun session.

Supply list coming soon!

What You'll Learn:
How to paint the human figure starting with a drawing
Clear and consecutive steps on the process of painting
“Edges” and creating an “Atmosphere around the figures
Balance of proportion, value, color, and edge
A brief slide lecture on the history of the genre
Critique and instruction throughout the session

About Juliette Aristides:
Juliette Aristides is author of 5 books on classical painting and drawing. She is a gifted, passionate, and intellectually stimulating artist who seeks to understand and convey the human spirit through art. She began her studies in 1988 under Myron Barnstone. After other studies, she spent two years of instruction at the National Academy in New York with Jacob Collins, where she received the Wilder Prize for Drawing and the Albert Hallgarten Traveling Scholarship. While also receiving instruction from Carlos Madrid, Juliette spent a year working with a small group of students at Jacob Collins' studio prior to becoming a founding member of the Water Street Studio in Brooklyn, New York.