For those, who has already studied at our First Iconography Drawing Course
160 USD for 5 weekly sessions with drawing corrections (same as we had on the First Course). Payments are non-refundable. Students are accepted on first come - first served basis.
Up to 20 students in one class
Most basic materials: paper, hard and soft pencils, eraser, and a compass with two needles.
7 weeks (5 assignments):
about 1-1.5 hours video tutorials per assignment
at least 1.5 hours per assignment for homework.
Each of the 5 weekly sessions includes: 3-5 video tutorials and reference images. All videos remain available to the students after the end of the Course.
Learners are expected to continuosly share photographs of their drawings with the instructors any time during the course. The instructors respond with their comments / recommendations within 48 hours (weekends excluded).
We made this program as extensive as we could, so we split complex tasks into little manageable parts, making the assignments to be squeezable between work and family duties. We hope it will allow everybody to study with own pace.
How to build up an assymmetrical frontal face for an icon.
Basic structure applied on female faces, covered with a veil.
Basic structure applied on bearded faces in monastic garments.
Basic structure applied on a bearded face with hair.
Making your own version of a medieval model.
The cost of the Online Iconography Drawing Course II is 160 USD. The Course will start the 12th of March 2021.
If you like to join the class, make the reigistration payment, providing a valid email address. It will be used to send you a personal invitation to Google Classroom.
The Assignments are emailed on Fridays at 00:00 AM Moscow time (GMT+3).
This course is the second of a series, and we only accept those, who have studied at the Course I (Symmetrical Faces)
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Philip holds an M.A. in State Fine Art from the Academy of Saint Petersburg, faculty of Theory and History of Art. He is a professional, second-generation iconographer with more than 15 years of teaching experience. He is also a professor at the Institute of Theology and Sacred Arts and the head of The Sacred Murals Studio in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Olga Shalamova holds an M.A. in State Fine Art from the Academy of Saint Petersburg, faculty of Theory and History of Art. She is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia and is chief artist of the embroidery workshop at Feodorovsky Cathedral in Saint Petersburg. She is also an active participant in exhibitions of contemporary ecclesiastical art.
We taught more then 100 iconography workshops in off-line classrooms. You can see what they were like on our main website: www.sacredmurals.com. You can also see icons, mosaics, frescoes, fabric prints and illustrations and complex church interior solutions.