Richard White’s drawings are featured in the current exhibition on display at Art.Lab. Richard’s figure studies are beautifully rendered examples of his natural ability to elegantly capture reality. Richard’s blatant technical dexterity is deliberately subtle but undeniably informed.
A painter and illustrator, Richard’s work is figurative in the tradition of representational painting and portraiture. He also has many years of experience teaching drawing, fashion illustration, computer graphics and photography in area colleges and with private students.
Richard received the MFA at the University of Buffalo and is a member of the Lyme Art Association, Open Studios of Eastern CT and the Portrait Society of America and has attended The Representational Artist Conference in Ventura, California since its inception in 2012.
Visit Richards website for more information: whitesite.com
Life-Drawing class – Richard White, Instructor
Tues evenings for 4 weeks Starts 3/10 – 7:30 – 9:00pm- This is a four week class introducing The basics of Life drawing from live model. Beginning with simple materials we will explore gesture and structure in rendering the male and female figure in graphite and charcoal (as time permits). Emphasis will be on seeing and rendering form in traditional chiaroscuro (shading) style
Fashion Sketch Workshop – Richard White, Instructor
Weekend Intensive 1-5pm Sat/Sun 3/21 & 22 $80 per student
This is a two day workshop on the basics of pencil Fashion Sketch illustration. It is tailored for beginners who want to learn the basics as well as designers and sewers who would like a refresher to freshen their skills. These skills will help you collect your design ideas, illustrate examples of your work or create a fashion collection portfolio to present your work.
We’ll learn some basic tools and materials and how to handle them. How to work from reference “croquis” drawings. Bring your ideas and photos of any garments that you would like to illustrate (as time allows)