Living Form: Drawing from the Figure

Course #2000007

Jeff Tolbert

Model Fee: $40*

This covers the cost of the models. Please bring cash payable to the instructor to your FIRST CLASS SESSION. 

*This fee does not cover the cost of materials listed below. 

Required Materials for the FIRST class:
18 x 24 inch rough newsprint pad
willow charcoal
soft cloth or chamois
kneaded eraser

*Additional materials for subsequent classes will be discussed during the first class.

Suggested Art Supply Stores:
New York Central Art Supply: 62 Third Avenue
Utrecht: 111 East 4th Avenue
Dick Blick: 1-5 Bond Street
DaVinci Art Supply: 137 East 23rd St.

Some of these stores will give you a student discount if you present your Cooper Union Continuing Education registration receipt.

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