Progressive Art Classes in Painting & Drawing
SURAT KHANA Arts Studio -- A progressive arts space offering classes in painting, drawing, integrated-media/digital & photographic arts. Instructor -- Nauman Humayun (MFA/BFA Studio Art & Painting) received his education from Penn State University. A practicing artist, he has taught various beginners to advance college level courses in painting, drawing, design, multi-media & history/theory in the US and abroad. Some of his previous work can be viewed on his website: www.naumanhumayun.com Instruction will be provided based on the participant's level of understanding and interaction with creative materials. Studio sessions will focus on the potential, development and realization of the individual's particular artistic trajectory and proclivity towards the essentials of expressing figurative, abstract, conceptual or multi-media & installation work. In addition to broadening their visual vocabulary & skill-set, sessions will refine the student's conceptual & thematic clarity, create a meaningful relationship between content & intent, and nurture artistic growth and progression Studio sessions will include: instruction, in-class work time, critiques (group and individual) and progress evaluation. There are going to be 2-3 studio sessions per week, each lasting 2 hours. The cost for each studio session for any class is: $60/session/person. Please drop Nauman a message for further information. Subjects/themes of interest to be explored include: - Beginner to advance level instruction in Drawing & Painting - Figure/representational drawing & painting - Abstract Image Making - Structure, Proportion & Perception - Drawing & Imagination - Art, design & Visual thinking - Objects, Events, Location & Temporal Spaces IMPORTANT NOTE: Please private message me first to check for the availability of the class that you'd like to take before proceeding to booking.
Nauman Humayun is a visual artist and art education based in the Bay Area, California. His work explores notions of expenditure within the creative realm of human/nature relationship, the topological spaces in the organic/artificial landscapes, and limits of the appropriation of unconditioned energy. He draws inquiry and inspiration from contemporary cross-disciplinary cultural, theoretical and philosophical areas of research, and is keenly observant of the transformative vicissitudes in post-sustainable design strategies for visual art practice — all of which informs his ongoing visual research, artistic and pedagogical practice. He works primarily with drawing and painting, and often incorporates installation and digital media in his practice.
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