Noah Layne Academy of
                Realist Art
#202 1595 McKenzie Avenue, Victoria BC, V8N 1A4. Canada.
Top floor, enter from the outside second floor parking lot.

Email noah@noahlayne.com
250 661-9285

Short Pose Figure Drawing Class



Sunday Evenings 6:30-9:30pm

 November 19th to  December 10th
Please register by Nov. 14th

There is still room in this class, email or call to register.


Come draw the beauty of the human form. Noah will teach classical techniques for drawing the figure. Noah will teach tilt angles, comparative measurement, plumb lines, modeling form with both  an optical and conceptual understanding. The focus of this class will be short pose gesture drawing, there will be poses ranging in time from 1 minute to 30 minutes.

Lots of demos and individual instruction!
All levels of experience welcome

Cost $189 includes GST and model fees
Materials not included. Click for supply list.

To register see below or contact Noah at noah@noahlayne.com or 250 661-9285

To register for a class

Email or call Noah and then send a cheque (or e-transfer) for the full amount to:
Noah Layne
1850 San Lorenzo Ave
Victoria BC V8N 2E9

When I get your payment I will sign you up for the class and save you a spot.

Cancellation makeup class policy

If you cancel before the last day of registration, you get a full refund. Cancel after the last day of registration there is no refund. If a class has to be canceled by Noah, you get a full refund.
Because this is a short 4 week class, there is no makeup class policy

Student comments

"I have taken a Portrait Drawing class and a Long Pose Figure Drawing class with Noah. Noah is patient and caring and provides ample individual attention to each student. His classes are an asset to anyone interested in representational art no matter what their skill level. He provides excellent studio conditions with a well lit model and a supportive environment. These classes are an invaluable opportunity to do long poses from life with knowledgeable instruction."
Claudia Weiss

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