St. Albert Painters Guild


Pulse: Drawing & Painting the Figure

  • 03 Mar 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Painter's Studio - St. Albert Place
  • 10

Registration

  • Including model fee and some supplies
  • Including model fee and some supplies

Register

Pulse: Drawing & Painting the Figure
with Sharon Moore-Foster


Join Sharon Moore-Foster on Saturday, March 3rd from 9:30am to 4pm for an invigorating workshop exploring human form and energy.

The session will start with seeing and drawing/painting exercises that are focused on energy, composition, mark-marking (brush work), colour and value. 

Working with the model(s), you will be invited to see and draw/paint the strength, fragility, grace, vitality and essential je ne sais quoi of the human form in a way that will create unique and expressive work. 

Sharon’s expertise and enthusiasm are contagious! Get a fresh perspective on drawing and let it lead you into playing with pencil and paint.

Emphasis will be on participants discovering and recognizing their unique voice and point of view, and developing the skill set to confidently express them


Sharon Moore-Foster (short bio):

Sharon Moore-Foster is an Alberta visual artist and art educator.  She has a BFA degree from the University of Alberta, plus post-graduate courses in drawing, painting and sculpture.

Sharon delights in sharing her knowledge and uses her visual and literary skills to playfully engage, provoke, and elicit visual inquiry and response to challenging questions - in life and in art.

Supply List for workshop:

Supplies provided:

Drawing paper for exercises - Newsprint, Brown Kraft paper and White Cartridge

Willow Charcoal

Birch board

Participants please bring:

Materials you own that you like to draw/paint with and on:

Y​ou may include graphite, ​pencils, pastels, inks, water-​soluble pencils or crayons,

Aquatone/Intense​ etc, acrylic paints, watercolours. If painting, any medium/gel you normally use.

Surfaces to draw/paint on: 1 or 2 canvases, and/or masonite or birch boards, illustration board, watercolour paper ....whatever you are currently using or wish to explore further.

​Any brushes, spatulas, tools you normally use​.


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