CLASS TITLE: Realistic Drawing
Instructor: Maxine Nodel
October 13, 20, 27, 2021
November 3, 10, 2021
Time: Weekly Hybrid Class (Zoom & In-Person) 9:30am - 12:30pm
Classes are non-refundable
In this class, students of all levels will significantly sharpen and expand their realistic drawing skills with a focus on form, light, shadow and textures by examining a variety of subject matter using graphite, charcoal and color pencils.
Maxine will provide a list of the required materials.
Questions or to Register
Contact Maxine Nodel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-987-5118
About the instructor:
Maxine Nodel is a versatile artist who received her B.F.A. from the Cooper Union. In addition to the National Art League, she is a member of the Salmagundi Club in NYC and the recipient of numerous art awards. Maxine sells her work nationally and internationally and exhibits in a variety of venues. Currently, she is in an online exhibition (The Absence of Color) sponsored by the New Rochelle Council on the Arts: https://youtu.be/oQikXkmlQgU - In 2018, Maxine was invited by the Edward Hopper House to give a public art talk about her design-based drawings. In 2014, Maxine was highlighted in the Nyack, NY Artist’s Index: http://www.nyacknewsandreviews.com/2014/03/lai_maxine-nodel/ when she was named Artist of the Month at the Edward Hopper House.
Maxine enjoys creating traditional and design-based drawings, as well as Impressionistic landscapes. Maxine’s “drawings are deeply personal with a focus on the nuanced beauty found in form, light and shadow, and patterns found in nature.” She works primarily in oil, acrylic, graphite, and ink.
Maxine currently teaches Drawing and Design (Wednesday at 9:30am) and Acrylic/Oil painting (Tuesday at 1pm) at the National Art League. Visit Maxine’s website to see more of her artwork and exhibition history. https://maxinenodel.com/ or click here to go to her page on this website.
Maxine is also the founder of an innovative art high school in NYC that she created with a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grant in 2003.