Miguel Angel Gasparini is a graduate of the National School of Fine Arts, with additional studies in museology at the University of the Argentinian Social Museum in Buenos Aires. He has served as the deputy director of the Criollo Park and the Gauchesco Ricardo Güiraldes Museum in San Antonio de Areco. He defines his paintings as symbolist and possesses a profound passion for teaching, which he has diligently pursued for many years.
Having organized numerous exhibitions and created over a hundred murals in Argentina and abroad, Miguel Angel has also illustrated numerous books, including Martín Fierro, Don Segundo Sombra, and the remarkable exploits of the criollo horses Gato and Mancha.
Drawing a horse is no easy task as it is one of the most complex animals to capture artistically. Nevertheless, its beauty and majesty make it a captivating subject.
With his pedagogical approach, technical expertise and invaluable tips, Miguel Angel will guide you in mastering the intricate curves and proportions necessary to depict a harmonious horse.
It's your turn!
During this one-hour workshop, you will learn how to draw a horse at rest, rearing up, jumping, or galloping. You will explore different perspectives, from side views to front and rear angles, and even delve into the intricate details of a horse’s head!
So, saddle up, riders, and let your pencils bring these magnificent creatures to life!
- - Small groups of 1 to 8 people maximum
- - Workshop dictated in Spanish with the possibility of booking a bilingual Spanish-English translator
- - Included: all material to draw
- - Price: from USD 20 per person
- - Minimum age: 10 years old
- - Duration: 1 hour
- - Times and date: to be defined at the time of booking
- - Location: San Antonio de Areco