Covid-19 and time outside of the classroom studio.

This morning, while so many students were virtually learning, I had a good opportunity to work with my young nephew Walker out in New York City through Google Hangouts. Walker came up with a figure drawing lesson and walked us through the process of drawing out a person. He started by having us imagine a person. I have a terrible imagination so I had to use the image of my brother Scott sitting in his IKEA chair as the starting point for my figure. Walker gave the instructions of using pencil, and of course I had to use charcoal pencil instead. After we drew out our person, we then added a background and then color. Thank you Walker for the experience and I look forward to next week’s. Here is Walker’s drawing, Scott’s Drawing, and my painting. Enjoy. Wash your hands stop touching your faces. Frank

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