Figure it out with local art workshop

March 12, 2013 by  

The FIG Art Club Workshop is on its way later this month and provides people with the opportunity to come out and explore the human figure through the medium of drawing.

This session is a great way to share a family experience, as people older than five are welcome to come out and try their hand at drawing the human form. Flyer printing by local print companies was probably used to promote this artistic event to people in this town and the surrounding towns.

During the class, guests will receive both group and individual instruction on how to draw one of the most complicated art forms – the human body. This talent range in this course will be from novice artist to professional artist, with everyone receiving hands-on experience with the FIG Education Team – a group of inspired artists who each specialize in a specific art topic or medium.

Guests will receive an introduction to the current topic through one of these special education instructors and will be provided with the knowledge to help them to create their own unique masterpiece in a group setting. These workshops are considered an event not to be missed and parking is available in the downtown core area.

This cost for the course is $5 for members and $7 for non-members, or free for FIG Art Club members boasting more than 10 points. The workshop is set for Friday, March 22, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham, Washington. To register or to learn more about the course, call the museum or visit its website.

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