Class Description:

This course immerses beginner and advanced artists in a drawing practice in which they will be observing and interpreting the mark-making of select master works.

This session focuses on the figure and portrait via the work of the prolific American artist Andrew Wyeth. Drawing approaches used will include graphite sketching and a wipeout technique. Students will gain an increased understanding of ways to utilize the timeless practice of master copying to workshop their observational drawing skills and access perspectives through which to orient themselves towards an in-depth understanding of figure drawing concepts. These concepts include the study of light, movement, and structure.

Spring Session II | Dates:

Scheduled occurrences for the next session of this class are as follows:

Week 1:
10 am - 1 pm ET
Week 2:
10 am - 1 pm ET
Week 3:
10 am - 1 pm ET
Week 4:
10 am - 1 pm ET
Week 5:
10 am - 1 pm ET
Week 6:
10 am - 1 pm ET

  1. Before Class - Welcome & How to Prepare for Class

  2. Week 1 - The Power of Two-Dimensional Abstraction

  3. Week 2 - Wipeout Technique and Rim Lighting

  4. Week 3 - The Illusion of the Third Dimension

  5. Week 4 - Movement of Abstract Geometric Shapes and Tonal Progressions of Rounded Forms

  6. Week 5 - Details in Support of a Holistic View

  • $270.00
  • Online
  • 6 Weeks
  • Beginner to Advanced

Meet Your Instructor

Rami Baglio


Rami Baglio is an American artist based in Northampton, Massachusetts. She works in oil paint and assorted drawing media, exploring various forms of portraiture and perceptual drawing and painting. Observing from life as a means of understanding light, form, and movement, is integral to her work. This process serves as an access point for investigating the psychology and underlying emotional states of her subjects. The observational nature of her work aligns with mental health awareness, seeking to exemplify mindful interaction with the world. She is the recipient of numerous awards in the arts and exhibits work internationally. Rami has a comprehensive background in figure drawing and painting. She spent years studying classical drawing and painting with Studio Escalier, The New York Academy of Art, Florence Academy, The Ryder Studio, and the Art Students League of New York. She holds an MFA from The New York Academy of Art and a BA in studio art from Hampshire College.

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