Learn basic methods for drawing and shading horse heads, body forms, and typical poses. We will approach this intriguing and challenging subject matter by using large scale models and projections, using charcoal, soft pencil and blending stumps on paper. Guided demonstrations and exercises will be provided by instructor, Tony O’Regan.
Offering 1WS23: Saturday, Jun 10 2023, 9:30am to 1:00pm, Credo Christian High School 21846 52 Ave Langley
Tony O’Regan was born in Cork, Ireland in a house called Santa Lucia, built by his uncle, Mark, a singer in the big band era. He grew up Canada and in Florida, and was educated in Art and Architecture. He painted many paintings and designed many buildings. Tony painted in Paris and the West Coast of Ireland. He taught Art and Design in major universities for over 20 years, including Emily Carr Univ. and UBC. He uses his skills in architecture, perspective, and landscape design to compose his images of what things are and what they might be. He drinks coffee at the Pelican Rouge and sketches gulls by the great White Rock as they ‘gyre and gimble’ in the waves.
Tony continues to create a collection of hundreds of his demonstrations and teaching videos as well as other useful content for artists, teachers, students and design school applicants at www.toregan.com and www.artcentro.com
DRAWING HORSES – RECOMMENDED MATERIALS
The materials for this course are fairly simple;
- 1 or 2 ordinary graphite pencils – 4B or 6B
- Sharpener and eraser
- Paper can be 10-12 sheets of 8 ½ x 11 bond printer paper, or your choice
- Any other personal sketch supplies you may wish to bring
|Classroom:||Credo Christian High School 21846 52 Ave Langley|
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