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Drawing for Painting, Drawing for Drawing with Mark Anthony

North Vancouver
Sat, February 17, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Sat, February 17, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

February 7, 2018 – Please note: Both of these demonstrations are now full and no further registration will be taken. Thank you for your interest!

Bring your drawing tools and join in with this enlightening demonstration that is bound to inspire you to make drawing your part of your daily practice.

Why did great masters spend time drawing with diligence and intensity when they could obviously paint so well? Mark Anthony demonstrates 3 key reasons based on great works of Michelangelo, Raphael, Rubens, Edgar Degas and modern masters including Alphonse Mucha. And, they didn't stop there - these masters took some of their great drawings to high finish and properly placed them among great masterworks.

This session aims to show why drawing is ultimately the foundation of all art, and how drawing with precision and detail can lead to even better paintings, and to drawings that are considered finished pieces on their own. You will learn to compose conceptual and finished works in graphite and other dry mediums in a stage‐by‐stage process, including form, composition, how to use and draw light, and how to take a drawing from a rough sketch to a great, finished piece, resulting in a solid execution of your final works.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus North Vancouver or contact them at 604‑904‑0447 to register.

For over 30 years, Mark Anthony's great passion for artistic tradition complimented with his own strong European roots has lead him into a career in representational drawing based on the poetic charm of the old-world European studio. His professional work history includes owning and operating a small Alberta based portrait studio/gallery, working with private, historical and municipal heritage projects, and teaching hundreds of students of all levels in the grand tradition of observational and classical drawing. www.markanthonystudio.com

Drawing for Painting, Drawing for Drawing
Drawing for Painting, Drawing for Drawing