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15 – 18
Examine bodies by drawing them. Working with nude and clothed models, we will explore the figure through a broad range of poses, materials and environments.
We’ll focus on their proportions, their movements, their posture, their aura. How do you record someone moving across the room, how do you record someone in deep concentration, or just barely breathing?
This course offers individual and group instruction and is ideal for students familiar with the model as well as beginners who are just approaching figure drawing for the first time.
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Jeffry Mitchell received a BA in Painting from the University of Dallas 1980 and an MFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art, Temple University 1988. He apprenticed for Stephen Hazel and Kathleen Rabel, Seattle, WA 1984-86 in print making, and for Katou Shunto, Seto, Japan 1981-84 in ceramics. He’s taught studio art at the University of Washington, University of Colorado, Emily Carr School of Art and Design and Denison University. Jeffry is represented by Ambach and Rice Gallery, Los Angeles and Pulliam Gallery, Portland. He was the subject of a career survey at the Henry Art Gallery in October, 2012.