Next Spring (2019) I will be an Adjunct Faculty instructor at Boston University for the class, Anatomy and Figure Drawing, which meets twice a week and focuses on learning Gross Human Anatomical terms and drawing the useful landmarks one needs to know to draw the human figure convincingly. The class has been reformulated so that students will be drawing from the cadaver during certain sessions, as well as from the live model in others. An informative, creative, and scientific class.
APPRENTICES: I currently have one artist, Rob Dinsmore (see examples of his work on the right), working with me in my studio, and have room for ONE, and maybe TWO more. "Apprenticeship" involves rigorous training and skill development in drawing and painting from observation (usually taking 2 to 3 years), along with development of professional skills and vision. Look at my various students' work alongside this page to see some of the work they've done and some of the assignments I've given. Cost is currently $125 per meeting (usually a little more than an hour, which does not include studio space). Some students like one meeting per week, beginners often choose two to develop quickly. If you are interested in apprenticeship with me, we would have to work out a time and place for the training to occur, whether subletting in my studio building or at a student's own studio space. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.