TRANSCRIBING THE MASTERS is a new 6 week online class with Fran O’Neill.
The act of drawing from masterworks is a powerful tool in learning. In this class Fran will present you with a different work of personal significance each week and guide you through the process of transcribing the piece. You will learn a deeper understanding of underlying connections in the work such as geometry, rhythms, and structure will all be explored using the direct observation drawing.
Begins Wednesday 2nd June
7 – 9pm
Tutor: Fran O’Neill
PLACES ARE LIMITED
$240 / $200 Concession
TRANSCRIBING THE MASTERS IS SUITABLE FOR
Beginners to experienced
YOU WILL NEED
– Variety of grey lead pencils
– Glue (Matt or Gloss medium)
– Sumi ink
– Variety of brushes (flat, round, calligraphic)
– 5 Sheets (22” x 30”) cold press paper
– Erasers (at least 4-5 steadler)
– Push pins
– Transcribing the Masters is hosted on zoom, if you haven’t used zoom before please create an account prior to class
– We will email the call link to you
– If you book with a deposit the balance will be processed May 19th
An Australian-American, Fran O’Neill, was born in Wangaratta, Australia, and currently lives and works between Australia and Brooklyn, New York.
O’Neill attended Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, earning a BFA and Post Graduate Degree. Her post-graduate work continued at the New York Studio School’s Certificate Program, and her MFA was completed at Brooklyn College in 2012. In 2007 she received a Joan Mitchell Foundation award. O’Neill’s solo exhibitions include at: Sears Peyton Gallery, NYC; Hathaway Contemporary, Atlanta, GA; West End Gallery, Melbourne, Australia; David Schweitzer Contemporary, Bushwick, NY; Miller Gallery, Cincinnati, OH; BMG Gallery, Adelaide, Australia; TW Fine Art, Brisbane, Australia; Life on Mars Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, John Davis Gallery, NY; New York Studio School, NY; and Sussex College, Hastings, UK. In 2016 her work was exhibited at MOCA in Jacksonville, FL in a group exhibition titled Confronting the Canvas: Women of Abstraction.
O’Neill’s work has been included in various group shows throughout the USA and in Australia. She has recently taught at the New York Studio School, Arts Students League and Pratt Institute.
Her work resides in private collections in the USA, Australia and UK, and in the permanent collection of MOCA Jacksonville, FL.