This virtual class is perfect for those who love to learn and talk about art. An informed art practice is important to the growth of an artist. The class direction will be ever changing and, as such the class will organically evolve and intuitively respond to the questions and discussions of the group around art. Topics will include: how does an artist see? What is the effect of technology in future art markets? What do you do to be inspired? What stops creativity and how to restart it again? In addition to other topics such as art appraisal, collecting art and galleries. The class is also great for those who are not artists, but love the world of art and want to learn more. This program will be conducted in webinar style with opportunity for questions.
Let's Talk About Art
TIME: 11:00AM - 12:00PM
COURSE ID: 13330
TERM DATES: November 2nd, 2020 - December 19th, 2020
Andrew Judd is a professional illustrator and art director. An award winning graduate from the Ontario College of Art, he has exhibited in Vienna, Prague, London, Santa Fe, Montreal and Toronto. Andrew had a unique opportunity to learn the traditions of the Art Students League of New York while working for his first employer, William Biddle. Sharing this information with others in private, classroom, and workshop settings has been an important component of his own personal growth as an artist and teacher. Years of working in the business have taught him how critical the fundamentals of good drawing, value relationships and color are to the success of an image. Painting outdoors, in cafes, or working in the comfort of a studio, Andrew believes a simple, orderly, and knowledgeable working process contribute to the success of good art. Andrew’s illustrations are represented by Masterfile, and his original paintings and drawings are available through Westmount Gallery in Toronto. You can see his work at www.andrewjudd.com
"I am entirely captivated by Andrew's knowledge and methods. This is the first class I have taken anywhere with so much potential to grow, expand, learn in the art form I love.” - Brenda Proulx