This yearlong workshop guides you through 52 weekly lessons that not only improve your technical skills but refine your personal style, preferences, and expression. The first half of the year focuses on learning and polishing the building blocks?uch as line, perspective, and shading?hile the second empowers you to make choices and question ?ethods.?Each week includes an introductory quote from art history, what (and how) to practice for the specific lesson, and further ?f you have time?suggestions to build on. Going beyond simple step by step, each lesson also includes works by artists in other mediums to look up, rooting the theme in its broader artistic context. By the final assessment lesson of week 52, you?l be more skillful and knowledgeable about drawing, as well as yourself as an artist.

Magali Cazo lives and works between Paris and Vog? (Ard?he). Drawing has always been her main mode of expression, and today it represents her main activity. After studying at the ?cole nationale sup?ieure des beaux-arts de Lyon, she trained in several workshops in the city of Paris in living-model drawing, painting, engraving, lithography, morphology and fresco. She teaches drawing and color at Lisaa (Paris).

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Michel Lauricella was trained at the ?cole nationale sup?ieure des beaux-arts de Paris. Teaching morphology for about 20 years, he has successively practiced at the ?mile Cohl school (Lyon), at the Beaux-Arts workshops of the city of Paris, and at the Gobelins (Paris). He is currently a professor at Lisaa (Paris) and at Fabrica 114 (Paris).

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