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This course is designed to help strengthen a student's ability to judge proportions, to create appealing compositions and to enhance their drawing skills. Students of all skill levels are welcome. This is a constructive process to help bring out the best of your abilities!
Universities love to see well-rounded students in their pool of applicants. In particular, art schools will look for a variety of work that the prospective student can produce. Other colleges and specialized programs will look for multidimensionality in a student's application, too!
A portfolio including figure-drawing experience will show off the most of your talents.
This class will help students prepare portfolio-worthy drawings in addition to a series of sketches and preparatory work that demonstrates a student's creative thinking process.
Models are included in lessons. Still lifes and alternative subject matter are available in private lessons as well.
Intimidated by groups? Private lessons for all ages of all skill levels are also available upon request. Contact Sarah for details.
Sarah Holl is an innovative mixed media painter and sculptor who has numerous works displayed in public spaces around the Cape and is currently responsible for spearheading the art scene in Hyannis Massachusetts. She has really developed her niche at Scargo Pottery in her work with large scale ceramic installations which can be found at places like Cape Cod Hospital and the restaurant the Naked Oyster in Hyannis. Sarah spent a brief amount of time at the Art institute of Boston, however her major influence was time spent as an apprentice with artists such as Sam Feinstein, Cynthia Packard, and of course her father Harry Holl. She shares her passion for the arts on a daily basis by being a mentor for numerous interns of the Cape Cod Museum of Art in her studio and also spending time at the Hyannis Harbor Art Center in Hyannis. Sarah’s remarkable work continues to transform as she blurs the worlds of canvas and clay.