Drawing: Translating the Seen
Instructor: Elliot Kreloff
Wednesday, July 29, 2020   -   Tuesday, August 11, 2020


Exploring a wide range of techniques using charcoal, pencil, ink and various media, students will draw from the model, still life, the beautiful Umbrian landscape, and Assisi’s historic, early renaissance architecture. Classes include daily exercises where we’ll focus on structure, line, light and shadow and discussions of master works from the renaissance to the modern to sharpen your ability to see and improve your technique, and translate your personal vision to paper.




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Elliot Kreloff is an award-winning designer and children’s book illustrator. His career as creative director for Scholastic Books, Disney Publishing Worldwide, MacMillan Publishing and his own studio, Design Five, has spanned over forty years. As an arts educator, he has taught at Parsons School of Design, New York Institute of Technology, Rutgers University and Fordham University. His books have been awarded Best Book of the Year by Child Magazine, and he has received numerous awards from various professional design organizations and publications including the Bookbinders Guild, Art Direction, Communication Arts and the Society of Illustrators. He is a graduate of Cooper Union and holds a master’s degree from Hunter College.




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