JULY 14 - 20, 2024 | KATELYN CHAPMAN

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: This week-long workshop will be an in depth study of the human figure through the process of drawing. From the skeletal and muscular structures of the body to its out features, we will explore gesture, structure, proportions, and anatomy. This course will also focus on the expressive qualities of drawing by experimenting with different approaches and mediums including graphite, charcoal, and pen & ink. We well study drawings by Old Masters and work from a nude model. 

*The model fee is included in the price of the class and the workshop is built for all levels

PRICE $1000 | Redux members $950

*above price includes workshop tuition + accommodation + meals


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Katelyn Chapman received an MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Georgia in 2018 and a BFA with an emphasis in Drawing from Clemson in 2014. Her work is inspired by her deeply rooted familial and rural ties to the South and has been in both national and local group exhibitions and publications. Chapman is a three-time Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grantee (2019, 2021 & 2024) and has been awarded residency fellowships to attend Vermont Studio Center (2019), the Hambridge Center (2021), and Chateau Orquvaux in France (2022). Most recently she attended artist residencies at Farwell House in Frederick, IL and Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Amherst, VA. She exhibits her work regularly at Southside Gallery in Oxford, MS. Chapman currently lives and works in Charleston, SC where she paints from her home studio and leads drawing and painting workshops at Redux Contemporary Art Center

****All classes have limited spots available as class sizes are limited and available on a first-come basis.****

Registration will open on March 13th, 2024 at noon. Once your register for a workshop, you will receive an individual email from Redux confirming your registration the day of or the next business day. Registration closes June 14th, 2024 for Summer Sessions.  If a class is full when you register, you will be notified by email that your name has been added to the Waitlist should a spot become available.