Tuesday, May 1, 2012

2nd entry for Apr. 23, 2012

These are three 2-minute studies, and a 20-minute one below, with M-   continuing to explore possibilities of maintaining a position thru passive suspension.
The top three are hard compressed charcoal on 18 x 24" sheets of cartridge paper.
The longer study is done with a Nobel hard compressed charcoal stick on a 24 x 36" sheet of Durotone "extra white" paper.

The week after next (May 14-18),  I'm teaching a class where we will use very long poses having clothed and undressed models situated in settings that will use sets and props to situate people into different settings - symbolic, social, narrative and more. It's a great opportunity to immerse yourself in some of the content possibilities of figurative imagery for five solid days.
It's called "Bodies in Context"; there's still space, and you can get details at the TSA website.

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