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See Dan Thompson’s Drawing Demo, Live

Live drawing at NYAA

Art League instructor Dan Thompson is one of three artists demonstrating live on Facebook on the evening of Monday, November 28. You can watch online (and ask questions) on Facebook.

Here at The Art League, Thompson will be teaching his next workshop, Vitality: Gesture in the Human Figure, December 10–11. To see all his upcoming Art League workshops, view the catalog.

Vincent vs. Goliath, charcoal, by Dan Thompson
Vincent vs. Goliath, charcoal, by Dan Thompson

 

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