Listing Category: Art Instructors & Teachers
LINE AND MASS: THE FIGURE AND PORTRAIT EXPLORED IN DRAWING AND PAINTING
This workshop will explore both the organized and elegant manner of classical drawing, and the dynamic, fresh approach of alla prima painting. Though each style has a distinctive character, together they provide the artist with a more complete understanding of artistic technique. The first day will focus on drawing methods with an emphasis on form and anatomy. The final two days will concentrate on the spirited technique of alla prima, which will center on color and paint dynamics. Demonstrations will be given each day that will illustrate each approach.
About Robert Liberace:
Rob Liberace’s work is inspired by centuries of knowledge and skill exemplified by the great masters. He strives to combine his fascination with anatomy, art history and technique to produce work in a variety of disciplines including drawing, watercolor, painting and sculpture. Rob is perhaps best known for the movement and draftsmanship of his figure work and for his inspiring and informative teaching style. He teaches at The Art League of Virginia and holds workshops throughout the United States and abroad.
Robert received his B.F.A. and M.F.A. from George Washington University where he originally attended school on a baseball scholarship, and later with art scholarships from the National Society of Arts and Letters. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Lina Liberace, and their two daughters. The John Pence Gallery in San Francisco, the Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale and the Principle Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia represent him.
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