April 14, 2010

Charcoal Portrait Show at LAAFA!

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I currently have an 18 piece show up at LAAFA of my charcoal drawings, if you've ever been curious about what the originals look like, stop on by. It will be up through the end of May.
We're doing this show in conjunction with the portrait drawing workshop I have coming up on Saturday May 1st where I'll attempt to show and tell everything I know about charcoal drawing. More info in the sidebar to the upper right.

Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art
16926 Saticoy Street
Van Nuys, CA 91406

24 comments:

  1. Man, your charcoal drawings are phenomenal. I'm making a graphic novel in charcoal and I keep scouring your blog for inspiration when I get bogged down. Nice work, and thanks for sharing.

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  2. really wish I could view these up close and in person. Would be nothing short of inspiring.

    Great works.

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  3. Wow these are so amazing, I absolutely love your work, it is so expressive and well done.

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  4. Amazing!
    I'm so anxious to look at these originals on May 1st.

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  5. Awesome! I wish I could see that show.

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  6. DAMN that's some awesome charcoal! I gotta get me some skills like that

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  7. ever think about making a workshop in italy??? :)
    great job.. as usual!
    thanks for sharing Nathan!

    G

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  8. What a pity I don`t live in Los Angeles :)

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  9. i love everything on your blogs, this one and the landscape one. really inspirational. makes me want to try charcoal and gouache :D

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  10. I'm hoping you're going to teach some poeple here in Italy just like Giovanni!!

    C'mon Italy is beautiful...

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  11. It has been great seeing them Nathan

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  12. I will have to stop by and check these out Nathan they look amazing. It was interesting to see them all laid out together in the third image, the one i can't stop staring at is the old man with the cap (second row fourth over) I'll have to figure out why...

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  13. congrats on the show!! such life force in them!
    btw just got the "art of how to train u dragon" your work on the environment is terrific:)
    many compliments

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  14. I love love it. Your drawings/paintings are always filled with so much life.

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  15. These look great. You depict the facial characteristics well.

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  16. WOW...i would love to see these in person! inspiring. thanks for showing and congrats!

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  17. holy cow!! love your updates Nathan! I really loved the color keys for "how to train your dragon" as well.

    will be back for more!!!!!

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  18. Nathan, Great show, Great work. Because of Facebook, I've seen work from many past students lately. It's nice to know that a small drop of water in a pond can make so many ripples.
    Don

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  19. I've seen some of the drawings as they were being hung up & it was enough to convince me to sign up for your workshop, which managed just to further inspire me!! Thanks for a superb workshop*

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  20. This was really cool to see in person.

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