August 28-September 18
instructor: Bruno Poço
Learning how to accurately render perspective is critical to the success of any drawing or painting. In this 4-week class, students will learn how to capture landscapes, cityscapes, buildings, and interiors more accurately by learning a variety of techniques for capturing perspective. You will come away with a new skill that you can apply to all of your future drawings and paintings. All levels are welcome!
Materials can be purchased prior to or during class at Townsend Atelier’s store.
8×12 pad of drawing paper
Pencils (2H, HB, 2B, 4B)
About the instructor:
Bruno Poço is a Portuguese-South African visual artist. He grew up in Johannesburg, where he attended the National School of the Arts and the University of the Witwatersrand. There, he earned a Fine Arts degree and specialized in drawing, printmaking, and photography. He also holds a post-graduate certificate in education and taught at the College of Digital Photography in Johannesburg for ten years. His own work ranges from etchings, woodcuts, and landscape drawings to fine art photography. His most recent photography exhibition, titled “Bicycle People”, was shown in Austin, Texas earlier this year.
Image: Melancholy and Mystery of a Street | by Giorgio Di Chirico | oil on canvas | 1914