Life Drawing open studio session facilitated by Bryce Darrow. This drop-in studio session, with individual guidance and a live model, is suitable for all skill levels.
Participants bring their own supplies, which may include but are not limited to: graphite, charcoal, pastels (oil or chalk), pen, marker, ink, and paper. Please note that paint is not allowed. Tables and chairs are available, but no easels or drawing horses. (Participants are welcome to bring their own table-top easels, if preferred).
Sessions take place on Wednesdays from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
+ March 4
+ March 18
+ April 1
+ April 15
+ April 29
+ May 13
Individual sessions are $20, or $15 for museum members (discount applies in cart).
Advance tickets are recommended.
Please note: In the interest of protecting the health and well-being of our community and staff, and to support efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, Laguna Art Museum is temporarily closed to the public. Events and programs at the museum are cancelled during this time. Please click here for information.
Bryce Darrow is a fine artist living in Laguna Beach, California. With more than ten years of experience he delivers unique encapsulations of life, both figurative and abstract, focusing predominantly on portraiture. His main disciplines are drawing and painting. He is currently enrolled at Laguna College of Art and Design earning a BFA.
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