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Drawing New York Blog

The following contribution is by Drawing New York member Sharilyn Neidhardt. Charcoal is traditionally made from burnt sticks, usually willow. Grape vines, as the name implies, are also used for vine charcoal in much the same way. Stick or vines can be set in a ceramic holder to keep them straight, and then are set

Drawing New York is bringing another unique drawing experience to New York City. This time we’re partnering with the Morgan Library and Museum with a free after-hours drawing event for college students. Current undergraduate and graduate students will enjoy sketching live, costumed models with drinks, live music, prizes, and contests for the best drawings including

Dear Drawing New York Member, You are invited to study oil painting with me at The Art Students League starting September 9th, 2017. We will work together in a few ways we have not yet had the opportunity to in our drawing classes. REGISTER HERE Students will learn how to mix and use color, understand oil paint as a

We would like to thank Christopher Pugliese for an insightful, educational and entertaining lecture on artistic anatomy of the foot. You can see the image he drew live during the session. Below are the two books he recommends for studying artistic anatomy. The G. Bammes book has amazing conceptual drawings and an expert approach to