About the Course
Alison Stinely, MFA
Various methods of recording the human form from a model in-studio will be undertaken during this one-day workshop. Students will be introduced to techniques including contour drawing, linear gesture drawing, and shadow mass gesture drawing, and will work from the most basic methods to more complex techniques. The day will culminate with an extended pose and longer-term drawing and a brief group critique.
No drawing experience is required; this workshop is perfect for beginning artists and will also be beneficial for those who work at an intermediate level.
All necessary supplies will be provided by Foundation Art Academy. Students may bring their own supplies if they wish, but this is not necessary.
A 30 minute lunch break will be taken half-way through the day. Students should pack a lunch. Beverages will be provided. Refrigeration is available.
*Enrollment Fee: $125
About the Instructor:
Alison Stinely was born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania. She received her BFA from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and her MFA from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is an adjunct instructor of art and design and and founder of Foundation Art Academy in Erie, PA. Alison’s work has been in many juried and invitational exhibits nationally. She has received many awards and honors and is a two time winner of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. Her solo exhibition “Nocturnal Emissions” was featured on Hi- Fructose.com and her work “Rib Meat” was featured in Juxtapoz Magazine. Alison’s work has recently been showcased in solo exhibitions at Ghost Gallery in Brooklyn, New York as well as “Gilded Splinters” at Linda Matney Gallery in Williamsburg, Virginia. Her work is in many private collections both domestically and abroad.