Wednesday Oct 23rd, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Chelsea Classical Studio is a small studio that offers drawing and painting classes, with a focus on improving students' foundations by working on exercises and projects that aim to improve students' weaknesses. The classes are small, from 3-10 people, with individualized curriculums. Most students are looking to improve their skills in drawing or painting the figure and portrait.
Founded by Portrait Artist Brandon Soloff.
The enduring legacy of a fine arts education is not just an appreciation of great accomplishments and styles, but to create a structure to give visual form to what is seen, known and felt, and thus provide a basis from which to develop.
The Chelsea Classical Studio strongly believes that critical thinking and diverse points of view are very important factors in an artist’s education and development. Featuring experienced artists working alongside students and providing instruction, critiques, demonstrations and a constant exchange of ideas, it seeks to bring together visual artists of various mediums, skill levels, backgrounds and ages. Applicants will be carefully considered and chosen based on art experience, education, and a demonstrated passion and willingness to learn.
Expand the depth of artistic education. Artist should study their materials, practice basic skills, and develop personal methods which play into their natural tendencies.
What are some of your most popular classes that you offer on CourseHorse?
Some of our most popular classes are Constructing and Composing the Figure and the Fundamentals of Drawing and Painting.
How long have you been in business? Can you share a bit more about your history?
We've been in business for three years this 2016. The school was founded by a few painters using a shared teaching space to offer figure drawing classes.
What is your average class size?
Our average class size is eight students.
What is your typical student like? What are their goals?
Our students are typically trying out drawing, some are more advanced and pursuing it as a profession.
Can you recommend activities to do in the neighborhood before or after class?
We're right near the High Line.
Yes I haven't drawn in a long time and felt a little insecure and the instructor was great. I saw improvement at the end of the class. It will be my regular class now! D
I loved this class. The instructor paid special attention to each student, tailoring his feedback and direction to their level of expertise. A really fun way to dip my toes back into drawing!
The model was fantastic and the instructor was so helpful and knowledgeable!
I enjoyed drawing even though this class is tough for bigger:)
I loved this class. The instructors were very knowledgeable about drawing and taught me a lot about it.
PLace is too small they should limit number of people allowed to draw, to top it off theres a small room with curtain where staff come in and out often bumping into people.
Such a relaxing atmosphere, I took 3 of my high school students to draw and they learned so much in 3 hours! The environment, the professionalism, and the helpful guided critiques from the instructor while drawing were great and so useful. We did gesture studies (2 min) up to a long pose (15 min), slowly increasing the time of each pose. I would like to go back and do a long-pose session to give my students an opportunity to create a finished piece for their portfolio.
Good class. Instructor was very knowledgeable and gave good one on one feedback and instruction on your drawings. Great way to practice drawing chops. Space is small but atmosphere is friendly and laid back.
This wasn't really a class so much as open drawing time with a live model. Over the course of the three hours, we drew a series of 1-min, 2-min, 5-min, 10-min, and 20-min poses. Despite the course description, there weren't "constant demonstrations as well as critiques" -- I received two (very helpful) pieces of feedback from the instructor, but would've appreciated more help. I highly recommend that you have ample experience drawing live models for this workshop -- definitely not for beginners!
Wednesday Oct 23rd, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Friday Oct 25th, 1pm - 4pm
Wednesday Oct 23rd, 9am - 12pm
Tuesday Oct 29th, 1pm - 4pm
Wednesday Oct 23rd, 1pm - 4pm