Edgar Degas, "After the Bath, Woman with a Towel," 1893-1897
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Dates: Monday through Friday, July 8-July 12, 9 am-12 pm
Course Description: Working exclusively in the galleries, study proportion and the human figure while focusing on aspects of draftsmanship including shading, perspective, and composition. Draw from a clothed model and study the Museum’s collection of figurative sculpture. Materials provided.
Instructor: Joe Carrigg
Joe Carrigg has a Massachusetts Teacher’s License for Grades K-12, received an Art Teaching Certificate from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (’09), and earned a BFA in Painting from Boston University (’85). He attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, ME (’83), and has traveled to study artworks in France, Lichtenstein, Italy, England, and Ireland. For twenty-three years, Carrigg drafted, designed, etched, and sandblast-carved monuments for his family’s business, Thomas Carrigg & Son Monuments, which can be seen in many local cemeteries. Many of his artful works are in private collections, while his drawings, prints, and paintings have been shown in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Vermont. He also teaches at the Brookline Arts Center and at the John D. Philbrick Public School in Roslindale.
TW10: Charcoal and Pastel From the Figure, Ages 15-18
Occurs every day until July 12.
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
3rd Floor Studios, 305A
- $225, plus $20 material feeMFA members
- $280, plus $20 material feeNonmembers Course Ticket Required for Admission
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