Mark Anthony’s 5 Amazing Realities of our Perspective World

May 22, 2021


When: May 22nd, 2021 

Mark Anthony’s 5 Amazing Realities of our Perspective World

Realistically, most individuals find bridging the link between our perspective world and the fundamentals of perspective found in a textbook quite challenging.  There are always questions about why linear perspective is so intuitively difficult to define and understand, especially considering that we have been observing perspective since we first opened our eyes.

Join Mark Anthony as he takes you through an amazing tour of the world around us and effectively proves one important profound truth . . . ‘YOU ACTUALLY ARE THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE!’  You will explore 5 amazing realities that put the study of linear perspective on the layman’s table with simple definable truths.  Come ready to draw, learn, and walk away with a better understanding of perspective. This demo will be incredibly valuable for artists of all levels and mediums!

What to Expect

Entrants should come with a small drawing pad for sketching and note-taking.  You will learn a step-by-step approach to interpreting and translating key visual models into measurable drawing studies.

Materials List


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Artist Bio

For over 30 years, Mark Anthony’s great passion for artistic tradition, complemented with his own strong European roots, has led him into a career in representational drawing based on the poetic charm of the old-world European studio.  His professional work history includes owning and operating a small Alberta-based portrait studio/gallery, working with private, historical and municipal heritage projects, and teaching hundreds of students of all levels in the grand tradition of observational and classical drawing.



May 22, 2021
11:00 am - 12:30 pm