WOODBRIDGE – World-renowned artist, portraitist, sculptor and educator Kenneth Hari will share his knowledge and talent by giving a lecture and four-day workshop to be held at the Barron Arts Center, located at 582 Rahway Avenue in Woodbridge.
Over the years, Kenneth Hari has worked in various mediums and is especially known for his portraits. His portrait subjects include Dustin Hoffman, Salvador Dali, Dolly Parton, Dr. Ralph Stanley, Elie Wiesel and Paul Robeson. Mr. Hari’s work is in the permanent collections at The Vatican, Rutgers University, the National Portrait Gallery, Cambridge University and in the archives at the Smithsonian Institute.
The workshop, held Monday, Sept. 21 through Thursday, Sept. 24, is designed for all levels of professional artists, students and lay-persons who are interested in various mediums such as oils, acrylics and charcoals. The workshop will be hands-on and include a life model and evaluation of participants’ work.
In addition, Hari will be giving a lecture on Sunday, Sept. 20 for art lovers who cannot attend the workshop. The lecture will be an open art forum with discussions on style, methods, creativity and how to continue spiritual growth.
Information about workshop and lecture including fees and registration can be found on the artist’s web site, www.hari.com, or by calling 732-801-3773 or 609-432-0568.
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