DATE: Thursday, October, 14th – Sunday, October, 17th
TIME: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
PLACE: The Society of Figurative Arts, 3306 Wiley Post, Studio 104, Carrollton, Texas, 75056
FEE: $770, TSOFA members get a discount. Please contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org
Includes: tuition, model fees, studio lunches, all equipments and drawing kits.
‘Drawing is the soul of all great art, and drawing the human form is at its core.‘
This four-day workshop will cover the principles and practices of Master Draughtsman during the Renaissance, Baroque, and 18th Century. We will decode Da Vinci, demystify Durer, reveal Raphael, and unmask the methods of Michelangelo.
In the mornings, Michael will give demonstrations that guide attendees through each step practically and logically. We will draw from live models in the afternoon, with critiques given upon request during model breaks. Michael will give a recap at the end of each session.
You will learn-how-to-learn to draw well-proportioned, well-constructed Drawings that contain the essence of Life.
‘Michael Mentler is the Master Draughtsman whose peers call Maestro.‘
Michael attended The American Academy of Art and The School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, and Washington University School of Fine Arts in Saint Louis where is studied Figure Structure under the legendary Barry Schactman.
He is featured in Juliette Aristides books ‘Lessons in Classical Drawing’ and ‘Figure Drawing Atelier’ and numerous artists publications. This featured interview gives a focused overview of Michael’s philosophy and work. (http://www.nccsc.net/studio-visits-allison/studio-michael-mentler)
“Michael’s sketchbooks are masterpieces, he is a modern-day Leonardo.” – Richard Schmid –
“Richard’s Right.” – Dan McCaw –
“Michael’s intense study of the teachings and works of Bridgman and Robert Beverly Hale make him a natural progression of that linage with the added twist of his own dynamic personal style.” – David Kassan –