Figurative Drawing with Daphne Côté

Figurative Drawing
w/ Daphne Côté
Members $110, Non-Members $120
Saturday, March 14 – Sunday, March 15, 2020, from 10 am – 4 pm
@ Harcourt House Artist Run Centre
Art Education Room #1, Annex Building, 10211 – 112 Street NW, Edmonton, AB
Please ring buzzer upon arrival
To register or for more information: / 780 426 4180
Method of Payment: Through our office or online with eventbrite

Learn now to create accuracy and depth in figure drawing from award winning professional artist, Daphne Côté. Daphne will coach and guide you in your own expressive style of charcoal drawing while giving you tips and tricks on techniques of working with the human form. We will be working from both photos and live models in a positive and encouraging environment with inexpensive tools that will help push our understanding of light and shadow. This is a great opportunity to experiment, and Daphne’s one on one teaching style lends this class to being open to all skill levels.

Download list of materials need for workshop here (pdf).

Instructor Bio
Daphne Côté was born in Camrose, Alberta. She received her BFA degree from the University of Alberta where she majored in painting and minored in drawing. She has been painting and drawing since she was a small child and as a teenager started winning awards and commissions. While her work is primarily focused on figurative subject matter she also ventures into landscape, cityscapes, and still life. She currently works out of her home based studio in Stony Plain, Alberta with her loving and supportive family. Daphne continues to educate herself through traveling to art galleries and participating in major art conferences. She has been instructing art since 2004. She has won awards from the Portrait Society of Canada and the Portrait Society of America, and recently 2nd and 1st place in the Master’s category at the Allied Arts Council’s Open Art Competition. Her work is carried by the Art Gallery of Alberta. As well as gallery pieces, she also creates commissioned and public art works.