On-line Zoom Presentation

Hands-on Demonstration, Nov. 11th, 7:00 pm


Wednesday, November 11, 7:00 pm – Presentation on Notans

Notans are finding the shapes of things in a reduction to two values. Learn about the Japanese art form and how to use it as an amazingly powerful tool for designing your own compositions.

If you wish to participate hands on, have scratch paper or a notebook and a drawing instrument capable of making bold, dark marks. Otherwise just watch and learn through this wonderful powerpoint presentation.

Instructor Bio

David Aguilar has a passion for drawing the human figure and a passion for teaching how to do it. He has been a regular member of the Willingboro Art Alliance for five years and has been teaching and presenting classes on figure and portrait drawing, human anatomy, and composition for three years.

While he found his joy of drawing at an early age, his formal art education began with the Academy of Art University of San Francisco in California as an Illustration and Advertising Art major. For the next twenty years, he worked as a commercial artist for NYC advertising agencies and for fashion catalogs while he continued to train at the School for Visual Arts, The Art Students League and Fashion Institute of Technology. He has also worked as lead artist at a digital photographic retouching studio doing computerized photo restorations. He and his wife currently reside in Willingboro, NJ.

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