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Drawn to Painting
Drawn to Painting
Rob Zeller
Join artist Rob Zeller for a dynamic, comprehensive introduction to creating a drawing based on a cast, then use your drawing skills as a springboard to create a painting.
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Draw an expressive charcoal portrait using the time-honored techniques of Rembrandt and da Vinci!
Jennifer Gennari
with Jennifer Gennari
Harness the elements of artistic expression to create emotive drawings that captivate the viewer!
Richard Scott
with Richard Scott
Add lifelike movement and striking sculptural quality to your drawing skill set as you learn to masterfully depict the draped form.
Matt Weigle
with Matt Weigle
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