Instructor: Bradford Ross
Two-Day Workshop: November 5 and 6
Saturday and Sunday
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: Members $160, Non-members $200
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Sight-size is a classic technique used by many ateliers to teach drawing. The artist’s easel is set up close to the subject and comparisons are made between subject and drawing using a plumb line. Students will explore this method with Brad as he guides them through completing a cast study. Students should bring a lunch. Minimum of 4 students, maximum of 7.
Brad Ross studied Visual Communications/Illustration at Montgomery College, in Rockville and then at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore where he graduated with a BFA in 1991. Between 1994 and 1995 he took evening and summer classes at the Schuler School of Fine Art in Baltimore. Over the years he has gained priceless drawing and painting knowledge, learning from nationally and internationally known artists like Carolyn Anderson, Tim Bell, George Strickland, Abigail McBride and Teresa Oaxaca, as well as through three decades of independent study and research.
He is an award-winning Plein Air painter and popular drawing and painting instructor.