This class will consist of a live model both nude and clothed for the purposes of studying the human form through visual art. The instructor will demonstrate the ways they capture the human figure in both dry and wet media, including oils. We encourage students to use the mediums of their choice and we will provide direction as needed. Each student will be helped to achieve their goals by methods of demonstration and experimentation.
Class space is limited.
Elm Street is taking measures to ensure your safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.
Currently, we will be adhering to the following procedures:
- screening temperatures upon arrival
- requiring masks during class
- reducing physical contact
- washing hands regularly
- disinfecting spaces after usage
- maintaining social distancing requirements when applicable
- monitoring COVID-19 related symptoms throughout classes
Please be sure to read the Elm Street In-Person Procedures before registering for class. CLICK HERE to see the full Procedures
Born in 1990, Chase King grew up with a mother and his maternal grandparents. Two generations of discipline left him with a favorable creative perspective on life. However, Chase didn’t pick up a brush until losing his mother to cancer in 2006. Through a fantastic high school mentorship under Robert Putnam, Chase persevered through the confusion that loss bestowed upon him.
Painting became an outlet that allowed him to explore the physical and spiritual realms of life. To be more specific, Chase has dedicated his life to the pursuit of painting; A quest towards fulfillment with analog materials while living in a new wave of digitization.
Chase received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Kennesaw State University in 2017. Chase has been exhibiting his work regionally and nationally for ten years. Chase works in Woodstock, Georgia where he also resides with his wife Madeline and two chiweenies Lando and Yoda. To contact Chase, visit www.chasekingart.com , IG & FB @chasekingart
I observe nature with a suspicion that there is something hiding and painting is how I’ve come to seek it out. -Chase King