Classically trained artist and author Juliette Aristides will teach you to understand the structure of the human head and principals of idealistic proportion. You will learn to produce more realistic and convincing representations of your sitter. You begin by learning the basic planes and forms that build the structure of a human head. You will have group discussions and study various portrait masters and apply the knowledge to your work. You will learn the fundamentals of portraiture in order to confidently create an expressive portrait. Open to all levels, beginner or advanced.

All materials provided.

Workshop

5

July

-

7

July

2017

10.00am - 16:00pm

Days

(flexible start date)

Instructor

Juliette Aristides

Price

£

325

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