As part of The Seabrook Island Artist Guild’s “free and open to everyone workshop program “, Bob LeFevre will offer a workshop on “Drawing the Human Figure” to teach and demonstrate the important perceptual skills that, when applied to the human form, will allow you to properly and accurately analyze and draw the human figure. The class will address proper proportions, foreshortening, shading, lost/found edges, etc. No prior drawing experience required!
Materials required: drawing pad (minimum 11”x14”), drawing pencils (soft lead) or charcoal, eraser (kneaded is best). Bob will bring some backup supplies if needed.
The class is free and open to everyone.
To register contact Bob at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob started taking private art lessons at age 9 at the urging of his 4th grade teachers. These lessons set a strong early foundation in art for Bob by teaching him important observational and drawing skills. He continued with these lessons for many years. He took art as a second major at Colgate University and actually convinced the University to start using live models in class.
After 33 years in business, Bob retired at age 55 to spend more time with his art. He took 9 years of life drawing classes at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and started teaching young artists at home.
Bob was President of the Seabrook Island Artist Guild for 4 years and is currently Vice President of Education. He has been represented by the Spencer Art Gallery for the past 10+ years. To see his art, visit his web site at: www.lefevrepaintings.com.
-Submitted by Betsy Turner, Publicity Chair, SIAG