Life drawing is often thought of as one of the basic skills of an artist. Life drawing is the term used to describe drawing the human body – from life (as opposed to from a photograph) using your own skills in observation. Open to individuals of all levels of experience, the figure drawing program features weekly monitored life drawing sessions. Though without formal instruction, the sessions usually develop natural discussions of technique and materials into which all are welcome to participate. The poses will be timed, with an emphasis on longer poses.
Ongoing, January 14 – June 2; no Figure Drawing February 18 or April 14.
Adrian Tans, Gallery Director at ArtisTree Gallery, is a self-taught artist living and working in Woodstock, VT. Along with his preferred large-scale oil paintings, Adrian pursues sculpture, installation work, graphic design, and many forms of nonpermanent art. In 2016 Adrian and fellow Team Vermont members placed first in the International Snow Sculpture Championships held in Brekenridge, Co. Adrian has illustrated five published children's books and is a member of the Copley Society of Art. For more information about Adrian, visit his website.