[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Thank you, as always, to The Morgan Library and Museum, for having me lead Sketching in Galleries.
This program is designed to allow attendees to explore their own work with the guidance of an artist.
I will be leading this program again on October 14th and November 4th. You can visit this link to sign up.
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The Morgan Library & Museum: Spend two hours sketching, drawing inspiration from the works in the exhibition Rembrandt’s First Masterpiece. Simon Levenson, Artist and National Arts Club instructor, will be available to assist you.
Great figure drawings are informative. They describe a movement from a basic description of the overall geometry of the mass to a more general anatomical description, and then to an even more specific explanation of where the light and shadow fall on those forms.