Life Drawing in Orillia
Kathryn will be facilitating a six-week life drawing session this fall at the Orillia Museum of Art and History, in downtown Orillia, ON. Life drawing begins September 15th. If there are enough registrants, we would love to offer two classes on Thursdays. One class would be in the afternoon from 1pm-4pm, the other in the evening from 6pm-9pm. If you are interested in either one of these classes, please do register as soon as possible. We won’t be able to run both sessions without enough bodies.
From OMAH’s website:
“Discover the human form in OMAH’s Life Drawing program, and explore silhouette, movement, proportion and gesture. Our facilitator, Kathryn Kaiser, will use traditional and contemporary approaches to guide participants in drawing live models, challenging them to use both technical and perceptual skills to capture the human form. This program is suitable for all skill levels – beginners welcome. Please note that this course will feature both clothed and nude models.
Basic drawing materials (and easels) provided.
Please see the OMAH website to register, and for more information.