Experiment with both wet and dry media to expand your knowledge of materials and techniques and move beyond the fundamentals. Explore the different aspects of both observational and abstract drawing. Formal practices such as articulation of form, shape, composition, and spatial relationships help you to improve your skills as you incorporate them into your own work.
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About the Instructor
Yo Ahn Han is a visual artist from the Republic of Korea. He has received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from MassArt. In addition to teaching studio art classes at the MFA, Han also works at MassArt as an Assistant Professor and RISD as a Visiting Lecturer. His work is a visual dialogue between suppression and desire, a duality which speaks to both his experience of cerebral arteriovenous malformation and to his bifurcated cultural identity. His work has been shown internationally in the United States, South Korea, and the Netherlands. Yo Ahn Han has recently been appointed as a juror for Beacon Gallery “Totem” group exhibition (2020) and the Biannual Painting and Drawing Fellowship for Massachusetts Cultural Council (2020).