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From My Easel: Two “Man With Hat Series” Paintings

New Series. Hi!  I’d like to introduce my “Man With Hat” series. The Beginning. I started this series last spring as part of a demonstration for the Watercolor Society of Oregon (WSO).  Because my painting process takes awhile I didn’t finish the painting during the allotted time.  Instead, I worked on several versions in different […]

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From My Easel: Two “Man With Hat Series” Paintings

New Series. Hi!  I’d like to introduce my “Man With Hat” series. The Beginning. I started this series last spring as part of a demonstration for the Watercolor Society of Oregon (WSO).  Because my painting process takes awhile I didn’t finish the painting during the allotted time.  Instead, I worked on several versions in different […]

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My Trip to Paris — Part One: The Drawings

I went to Paris for the first two weeks of May this year and my trip was entirely focused on studying art.  I went to the Louvre six times – not nearly enough.  I also visited the Orsay, Musee Bourdelle, Montmartre, saw Velasquez show at the Grand Palais, popped into the Musee Carnavalet and I […]

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Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position Anterior Male Anterior Female Posterior Male Posterior Female I received a grant last year to help with my figurative anatomy studies.  It was a real boost, both in morale and in the opportunity to study something awesome. I took a 3 month online intensive artistic anatomy course, I spent three weeks at the […]

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Haines Foundation Grant Awards Show

I received a grant last year to study anatomy and to make four figure paintings. I worked from January until last Tuesday on this project and finally I’m going to show the results publicly.  I was going to post them here today, but I forgot to take photos before I delivered them to the show! Argh! […]

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I Heart Kinesiology!

Back to School with Kinesiology at Ashland Institute of Massage! My ongoing obsession with knowing specifically the origin, insertion, action and shape of muscles has led me to take a rather in-depth kinesiology class.  Over 100 class hours, plus out of class study time will keep me busy til April.  And, of course I’m translating a […]

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Drawing

Drawing of Shalyn.  For sale here on Etsy.Filed under: Drawing, figure, Portrait Tagged: 2013, art, Ashland Art Center, drawing, etsy, female nude drawing, figurative, figure, fine art, life drawing, nude, nude drawing, nude female, portrait, Sarah burns, sarah f burns, work of sarah f burns

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Life Drawing with Sarah F Burns

Sarah Burns loves drawing, painting and teaching about the figure.  She believes all artists should be life-long students, so has studied the figure passionately and intensely for over 20 years.  This past year she has done advanced work in anatomy, including a few weeks study of cadavers at Stanford Medical School.  Don’t worry though – […]

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Life Drawing with Sarah F Burns

Sarah Burns loves drawing, painting and teaching about the figure.  She believes all artists should be life-long students, so has studied the figure passionately and intensely for over 20 years.  This past year she has done advanced work in anatomy, including a few weeks study of cadavers at Stanford Medical School.  Don’t worry though – […]

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Life Drawing Class – In Session October 1!

It’s that time again – Life Drawing Class Wednesday night, 6-8:30 pm. Registration form found here . Hone your skills, learn what to do during long poses, learn to capture the weight, character, proportion, placement, structure, form, anatomy, volume, value, texture and expression of the human figure. Ten weeks is enough time to sink your teeth in and […]

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