Join the artist for a Two-Day Figure Drawing Workshop.
Emil Robinson has a unique approach to figure drawing, drawing techniques, and pastel methods. Robinson’s response to the figure is both physical and tender, often utilizing unexpected color and texture. Join the artist for a Two-Day Figure Drawing Workshop.
(Students may work in charcoal, limited pastel palette or with all the materials below. )
On day one, Robinson will introduce his materials and methods. He will flesh out his goals with the aid of art history and will demonstrate a drawing from beginning to end.
On day two, Robinson will lead participants on a series of guided exercises meant to hone a unique but structured approach to drawing the figure. An emphasis will be put on harnessing the energy of a pose utilizing gesture, the difference between contour and mass with pastel, and thoughts on color.
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About The Artist: Emil Robinson is an artist known for paintings of figures and evocative spaces. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Design at the University of Cincinnati. In 2009 Robinson’s work garnered a prize from the Smithsonian and a review in the Washington Post. That same year he was selected for a solo exhibition at the Taft Museum of Art. Recent presentations of the artist’s work include a solo exhibition at Waterhouse and Dodd Contemporary in London, and shows in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denmark.