Drawing Basics: Student and Faculty Work from PAFA

7 May 2008

In the spring 2008 issue of Drawing magazine, we explored how the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts puts students on the path to become artists, teaching them drawing basics and then taking them beyond. In this online exclusive gallery, we offer more examples of student and faculty work.

Faculty Work

A Beating by Sidney Goodman, 1997, graphite and charcoal drawing

Study No. 2 for In the Garden: Left Panel by Renée P. Foulks, 2004, graphite drawing

Faculty Drawing by Bruce Samuelson, 2007, charcoal and pastel drawing

A Beating
by Sidney Goodman, 1997,
graphite and charcoal drawing, 42 x 52.
Study No. 2 for In the Garden: Left Panel
by Renée P. Foulks, 2004, graphite drawing, 61 x 48.
Faculty Drawing
by Bruce Samuelson, 2007,
charcoal and pastel drawing, 30 x 24.

Male Figure by Al Gury, 2006, charcoal and pastel drawing

Lisa by Peter Van ***, charcoal drawing

Faculty Drawing by Scott Noel, 2007, pastel drawing

Male Figure
by Al Gury, 2006, charcoal
and pastel drawing, 24 x 18.
Lisa
by Peter Van ***,
charcoal drawing, 24 x 18.
Faculty Drawing
by Scott Noel, 2007,
pastel drawing, 24 x 18.
Student Work

Student Drawing by Doron Langberg, charcoal drawing

Student Drawing by Njideka Akunyili, 2007, charcoal drawing

Student Drawing by Cheryl Smith, 2008, pastel drawing

Student Drawing
by Doron Langberg,
charcoal drawing, 20 x 16.
Student Drawing
by Njideka Akunyili,
2007, charcoal drawing, 30 x 24.
Student Drawing
by Cheryl Smith,
2008, pastel drawing, 40 x 30.

Venus by Joseph Lozano, 2007, pastel drawing

Venus
by Joseph Lozano,
2007, pastel drawing, 30 x 24.

 


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