Portrait Drawing with A. Rinas
This class will run from January 18th to March 14th (8 classes No class on February 22nd) on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm-9:00pm. If this class is full, you may phone us at 306 653 1900 to add your name to a wait list.
Portrait drawing is a means of describing an individual in a very unique way—a personal, visual representation of a moment in time of an artist and sitter. As the artist works to understand the relationships of the landmarks that compose an individual and render them in their likeness they also reveal a side of themselves otherwise never seen. In this class, we will work with live models and cover everything from skin to skeleton. We will work to develop the skills to analyze what we are seeing when we look at a person and render it accordingly. The class is open to and can benefit all skill levels from beginners to experts.
Please take note:
Hues Art Supply reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrolment. A full refund will be returned to you in that case.
As per Hues Art Supply cancellation guidelines- if you cancel your registration up to 30 days prior to the beginning of the class, a full refund will be issued to you. 14 days prior to the beginning of the class, should you wish to cancel your registration – we will issue a full in-store credit that you may use for future classes or art materials. 5 days prior to the class, should you decide to cancel, we will issue an in-store credit for 50% of the cost of the class. After the five day deadline, no further refunds will be issued unless the class has been canceled by Hues Art Supply.
Aarin Rinas is an artist and craftsman based in Saskatoon. He was born and raised in Kansas City, MO and after high school attended the Art Institute of Chicago (2000-2003). There his studies focused on figurative drawing and painting. In his current practice he works in charcoal, oil paint, and pastels. In March 2020 Aarin was awarded an independent artists grant from Sk-arts. Over the last few years he has shown his work around Saskatoon and in 2022 won the “Mayor’s Prize” at the Mann Art Gallery Winter festival. He is currently participating in the “Artists in Place: The Bunkhouse Project” artist residence at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm.
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