|Caricature artist Adam Chua.|
Photo courtesy of Caricaturist.sg
Time: 2 – 4.30pm
Venue: NUS Baba House
Limited to 20 participants. Fees include all workshop materials.Recommended for ages 13 and above.
To register, email email@example.com or call 6516-8817 / 4616.
Please make payment by 4 July upon receiving confirmation email. Registration is confirmed only upon payment of workshop fees.
In this two-day workshop, participants will have hands on practice in drawing caricatures- is a portrait that exaggerates or distorts the essence of a person or thing. Caricatures can be insulting or complimentary and are commonly used in editorial cartoons. It is actually quite an ancient art form and some of the earliest examples are found in the works of Leonardo da Vinci. You'll learn the basics of caricature- how to invent humorous characters, capture an expression, draw bodies for personality types and when to simplify or exaggerate. Sign up today and have lots of fun without the pressure of still-life drawing!
About the Artist
Caricaturist.sg was founded more than 20 years ago and has been providing art education services in Singapore ever since. Caricaturist.sg was founded by Adam Chua, a self -taught artist, arts educator and professional caricaturist. He is a member of the Association of Comic Artists of Singapore and the International Society of Caricature Artists. Some of clients include entertainment agencies and corporate organisations such as Allianz, Singtel, Mediacorp and Samsung among others.
Presenting Portraiture Series
Presenting Portraiture is a series conceived in conjunction with a two-part exhibition featuring portraits of Peranakan Chinese. The first part Dressing the Baba was held at NUS Baba House till 31 July 2013, whilst the current exhibition Inherited and Salvaged: Family Portraits from the Straits Chinese Collection runs till 6 July 2014 at NUS Museum.
Peranakan portraits represent an emerging area of collecting interest and this talk series explores a range of themes, concepts and ideas surrounding the making, collecting and functions of such artworks, including artistic practice and studio processes; pictorial conventions; collecting patterns; and reflections on the social milieu.