Sensual Sessions: Figure Drawing

When:
July 10, 2024 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2024-07-10T18:00:00-07:00
2024-07-10T20:00:00-07:00
Where:
Gallery Erato
309 1st Ave S Seattle
WA 98104
Cost:
$15-20
Contact:
206-229-2185

Join us for Figure Drawing Group Sessions!

This class offers a unique opportunity to hone your drawing skills through the observation of live nude/semi-nude models. In a safe and inclusive environment, participants will delve into the nuanced art of capturing the human body’s intricate details, exploring the play of light and shadow, and mastering the fundamentals of proportion and anatomy. Each session is carefully crafted to nurture creativity and enhance technical proficiency, providing both beginners and experienced artists with a space to refine their craft.
A live, nude model is provided at each self-guided session. Sessions consist of several short, warm-up poses three- 5-minute poses, two- 15-minute poses, and a single sustained 45-minute pose for the duration of the session.
Details:
Bring your own art supplies and drawing boards; chairs are provided!
All classes are 18+, all skill levels are welcome!
Sessions are $15 in advance and $20 at the door if tickets are not sold out.
Time doors open for socializing and settling in: 5:30 pm
Time drawing starts: 6 pm- 8 pm
Bring your own water bottle and snacks.
About your drawing session facilitator:

Black Omi Art Co.

Genea Morrow is a self-taught artist and creative entrepreneur residing in Seattle. Her interest in art began in 2012 but veered in the direction of modeling and photography; it came full circle in a figure drawing class in 2017. She then took the time to fall in love with creating shapes out of shadow work using charcoal as her medium. It wasn’t until 2021 that she started to play in paint. Genea began a fulfilling career co-owning a children’s educational toy store, J.I.L.L.’s Toyshop, and launching Black Omi Art Co. Though her journey wasn’t always easy, she often opens up about her struggles with imposter syndrome and how she continuously works on her insecurities surrounding her late start to paint. She now creates paintings that tell her story, a story heavily influenced by her history with religion and spirituality, overshadowed by her exploration of her sensuality. Her work is centered around creating the feeling of familiarity, power, and freedom. To highlight the internal battles of feminine and masculine energies women may feel.

 

Join us for Figure Drawing Group Sessions! This class offers a unique opportunity to hone your drawing skills through the observation of live nude/semi-nude models. In a safe and inclusive environment, participants will delve into the nuanced art of capturing the human body’s intricate details, exploring the play of light and shadow, and mastering the fundamentals of proportion and anatomy. Each session is carefully crafted to nurture creativity and enhance technical proficiency, providing both beginners and experienced artists with a space to refine their craft. A live, nude model is provided at each self-guided session. Sessions consist of several short, warm-up poses three- 5-minute poses, two- 15-minute poses, and a single sustained 45-minute pose for the duration of the session. Details: Bring your own art supplies and drawing boards; chairs are provided! All classes are 18+, all skill levels are welcome! Sessions are $15 in advance and $20 at the door if tickets are not sold out. Time doors open for socializing and settling in: 5:30 pm Time drawing starts: 6 pm- 8 pm Bring your own water bottle and snacks. About your drawing session facilitator: Black Omi Art Co. Genea Morrow is a self-taught artist and creative entrepreneur residing in Seattle. Her interest in art began in 2012 but veered in the direction of modeling and photography; it came full circle in a figure drawing class in 2017. She then took the time to fall in love with creating shapes out of shadow work using charcoal as her medium. It wasn’t until 2021 that she started to play in paint. Genea began a fulfilling career co-owning a children’s educational toy store, J.I.L.L.’s Toyshop, and launching Black Omi Art Co. Though her journey wasn’t always easy, she often opens up about her struggles with imposter syndrome and how she continuously works on her insecurities surrounding her late start to paint. She now creates paintings that tell her story, a story heavily influenced by her history with religion and spirituality, overshadowed by her exploration of her sensuality. Her work is centered around creating the feeling of familiarity, power, and freedom. To highlight the internal battles of feminine and masculine energies women may feel.  

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  • When: March 13, 2024 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
    Where: Gallery Erato, 309 1st Ave S Seattle, WA 98104
  • Join us for Figure Drawing Group Sessions! This class offers a unique opportunity to hone your drawing skills through the observation of live nude/semi-nude models. In a safe and inclusive environment, participants will delve into the nuanced art of capturing the human body’s intricate details, exploring the play of light and shadow, and mastering the fundamentals of proportion and anatomy. Each session is carefully crafted to nurture creativity and enhance technical proficiency, providing both beginners and experienced artists with a space to refine their craft. A live, nude model is provided at each self-guided session. Sessions consist of several short, warm-up poses three- 5-minute poses, two- 15-minute poses, and a single sustained 45-minute pose for the duration of the session. Details: Bring your own art supplies and drawing boards; chairs are provided! All classes are 18+, all skill levels are welcome! Sessions are $15 in advance and $20 at the door if tickets are not sold out. Time doors open for socializing and settling in: 5:30 pm Time drawing starts: 6 pm- 8 pm Bring your own water bottle and snacks. About your drawing session facilitator: Black Omi Art Co. Genea Morrow is a self-taught artist and creative entrepreneur residing in Seattle. Her interest in art began in 2012 but veered in the direction of modeling and photography; it came full circle in a figure drawing class in 2017. She then took the time to fall in love with creating shapes out of shadow work using charcoal as her medium. It wasn’t until 2021 that she started to play in paint. Genea began a fulfilling career co-owning a children’s educational toy store, J.I.L.L.’s Toyshop, and launching Black Omi Art Co. Though her journey wasn’t always easy, she often opens up about her struggles with imposter syndrome and how she continuously works on her insecurities surrounding her late start to paint. She now creates paintings that tell her story, a story heavily influenced by her history with religion and spirituality, overshadowed by her exploration of her sensuality. Her work is centered around creating the feeling of familiarity, power, and freedom. To highlight the internal battles of feminine and masculine energies women may feel.  

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