INTRODUCTORY CLASSES AT MOUNTAIN ARTISTS GUILD

Free-hand Perspective and Proportions

Harold Nelson, Instructor

November 16-18, 2019 (see detailed schedule below)

Mountain Artists Guild, 228 N Alarcon St., Prescott, AZ 86301

Do you find it difficult at times to portray a building correctly? Do all the lines get mixed up?  Do the books on Perspective leave you more confused than ever?   Do your still-life paintings seem to tip the wrong way? What about street scenes…do they converge correctly to a central point?

What about the proportions of the human head and face? Any trouble trying to do them correctly?  How do you place the ears? What are the parts of the ear, the nose and eyes?

These and much more be revealed to you upon completing this class. Harold guarantees it!

 

Harold Nelson is a lifelong professional artist and art teacher who taught many years at Scottsdale Community College, Scottsdale Artists School and held workshops throughout the West and Mid-America, as well as privately. He has helped many artists along the path to success.  For more information on Harold, please got to his web site: haroldnelsonart.com

SCHEDULE

Nov. 16 - 9:30AM to 3:30PM; Nov. 17 - 1:00PM to 4:00PM

Nov. 18 - 5:30PM to 8:30PM

It is not necessary to buy any supplies as they will be provided.

 

COURSE FEE - $115.00 (Members); $135.00 (Non-members)

Fee includes $10.00 for supplies which become property of the student

DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS NOVEMBER 1, 2019.  

To register and pay online by credit card, go to https://www.mountainartistsguild.org/introductory-classes OR, come into Mountain Artists Guild and register and pay in person.

You MUST be registered and paid to hold your seat in the workshop.

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GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday - Friday  10 AM to 4 PM  |  Saturday  10 AM to 3 PM  |  Closed Sunday & Monday

228 N Alarcon Street Prescott, AZ 86301

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