LOREN DOUCETTE STUDIO: Classes and Offerings for FALL & WINTER

DRAWING: Finding the Marriage between Structure and Feeling

All Levels


In this ongoing weekly class, students will work from observation of a still life with occasional clothed models. Through instruction, students will learn how to see and draw relationships instead of drawing one thing at a time. They will learn to draw form from the inside out in a structured yet empathetic way. We refer to art history to learn how artists express these drawing concepts. Suggested media include medium/soft vine charcoal sticks (both thin and thick), an eraser, bulldog clips to hold paper to drawing boards and an 18” x 24” smooth surface drawing pad. Upright easels are helpful yet optional. Drawing boards are provided. This class offers a supportive environment where each student is assisted in deepening their skills and expressive voice.

Class size limited to 10.

“Drawing makes you see things clearer, and clearer, and clearer still. The image is passing through you in a physiological way, into your brain, into your memory – where it stays – it’s transmitted by your hands.”

Martin Gayford, A Bigger Message: Conversations with David Hockney


DRAWING: THURSDAYS   9:00am – 11:30am   Ongoing

Starting dates: Nov. 3, Nov. 10, Nov. 17, Dec. 1, Dec. 8, Dec. 15, Dec. 22, Dec. 29

(No class Nov. 24)

@ Ten Pound Studio:1 Center Street 3rd Floor

$160/ every four classes

***These classes run continuously except on holidays and during inclement weather.  Students pay ahead for a group of four sessions and may go to drawing and/or painting class. Although consecutive attendance and practice brings about the best results, weekly attendance is not required.




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