Thursday, March 11, 2010

Drawing at the Museum

Every Wednesday from 6 pm to 9 pm, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts holds a drawing session with a clothed model. (Wednesday evening entry to the museum is free). The session is held in a different gallery each week. Drawing boards, paper, pencils are there for everyone to use. Just a note, the last Wednesday of every month does not have a model. Instead of drawing a model, we draw from the objects in the galleries. Last night was a very crowded session. I found myself sitting on the ground to be able to have a good view of the model. The model was very inspiring and reminded me a bit of Alice in Wonderland. Here are a few of my drawings from last night. The first and third are 15 minute poses, and the second was 10 minutes. My favorite is the last one.


C. said...

This series is even nicer than the last, if that is possible.

ADH said...

These poses were 5 to 10 minutes longer than the drawings in my previous post, so I was able to develop them considerably more.