I will be drawing on the Atrium both days during this event.
Bring your sketchbook and come draw with me during lunch.
Models will be wearing fashions from The Artists Studio store.
The August 13 & 14 Workshop at Center Stage Gallery in Burbank has been cancelled. Look for a new workshop to be scheduled in the Spring of 2017
QUICK COSTUME SKETCH WORKSHOP
At Center Stage Gallery – Burbank, CA – http://www.centerstagegallery.com
watch video COSTUME QUICK SKETCH VIDEO
Draw from live costume and fashion models in a stimulating environment. Models will be in costumes and accompanied by music to fit the historic time period of each themed session. Learn tricks that fashion illustrators know to capture quick gesture, fabric indication and garment structure. Study historic periods and storytelling moments through live costumed gesture drawing. The focus will be on experiencing the feel of a particular period through the exploration of its art, music, costumes, and body language. Multi-level class. Beginners welcome!
Saturday August 13th
10am – 12pm: lecture/demo with model – guests may bring sketchbook and draw along!
12pm – 1pm: Lunch
CLASS: 1pm – 2pm: portfolio reviews
2pm – 5pm: afternoon class with model
Sunday August 14th
10am – 1pm: class with model
1pm – 2pm: lunch
2pm – 5pm: class with model
PRICE per student
Saturday Open Lecture/Demo – $20 (model provided)
Saturday afternoon class only – $100
Sunday only – $200
2 day pass including lecture & portfolio review – $275
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A new advanced track in the Product Design Dept. New classes this Summer open to all full time students at Art Center College of Design. http://www.artcenter.edu
This Fall I will be participating in multiple fashion events in the Los Angeles area as a speaker, illustrator and designer. See the schedule below
November 8, 2015 – Signatures – Fashion Show, Luncheon and Boutique
Justine will be showing some of her special occasion fashion collection as a part of this group show of wearables and jewelry by artists from The Artists Studio of PVAC.
Justine has also created the Finale pieces. Justine’s original fashion sketches are also available for sale in the store.
$35 – Tickets available on line – www.artists-studio-pvac.com
In 1991, 2 years after the Berlin Wall came down, Tom and I were able to travel to Budapest as part of a 3 month journey in a camper van – from London to Budapest and back. We were able to visit our lovely friends then and had stayed in touch ever since. 24 years later, we were able to take a 4 day trip to Budapest from Berlin to see them again. It was as though we never left… happy times again!
Be sure to follow my class Blog for our adventures in Berlin https://headtotoeberlin.wordpress.com/
Gabor Szabo comes from a long line of artists – his grandfather was a famous portrait painter. His father was a sculptor, Gabor is a bronze sculptor and his son, Adam Szabo, is a sculptor in a new tradition, combining traditional sculpture methods with video and installation. His daughter Zsofi is also an artist and teacher. His wife Marianne is an economist and fabulous cook.
Erno and Judit Bacsy are our other friends. Erno is a bio-chemist and was head of the Institute in Budapest (similar to our NIH) and Judit is an art historian and author/expert on Hungarian tapestry.
Budapest is an amazingly ornate city. Most of it was built in the 19th Century with the Buda side of the river being the oldest. The East and the West pretty much meet here. The Romans and later Western tribes got as far as the Buda side of the Danube with the Turks and the Eastern tribes stopping on the Pest side….hence the name BUDAPEST.
I have been walking, sketching, more walking, and of course eating the most wonderful food.
Tom is coming over in July so I will hold off on the best places till then.
and taking the S & U bahn everywhere.