Quarterly Classes Instructor Linda Dulaney (Daytime Classes), Noah Buchanan (Evening Classes)-
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 4:44AM

Evan by Linda Dulaney Finalist ARC 2013 International Compitition

Our classes at BACAA, offer the opportunity for intensive study, working from nature. Students will learn techniques and process to see and work from life. The process includes structure, proportion & how to correctly block in the outside graphic shape, drawing the contour and modeling the form.

The techniques that Linda Dulaney teaches will help students develop their artwork, conveying the natural organic forms and science of light on the form. Students will have the opportunity to work methodically through a process to compare what they see and draw from nature. 

Linda’s teaching experience and artistry comes from years of study with some of the greatest realist artists. Her most influential teachers were Tony Ryder, Ted Seth Jacobs and Michael Grimaldi.
During the classes students have the opportunity to further develop their artwork by working from our beautiful cast collection and master copies. Students have the option to work independently to create a portfolio from the model in long pose. 

We work from life, live models, drapery, casts, still life.
We do not use photographs as references in our sessions with exception to master copies. 

New Fall/Winter Classes begginning September 18, 2018. Schedule is now open for weekly classes and Quarterly Classes. Daytime Classes are taught by Linda Dulaney. Please scroll below to see each individual class. Small concentrated classes.

Next set of classes of Portrait and Figure for Fall of 2018.
Dates: September 18- December 14, 2018. 

Daily and Quarterly Classes


  1. Option, enroll for Quarterly Classes, Classes begin, February 12- May 3, 2019
  2. Option, enroll in individual Classes sessions each.
  3. Option, enroll in Daytime or Evening Open model sessions 
  4. Enrollment open for Winter Session, 2019



Hours: 1:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. (Tuesday, Thursday), Live models, Model poses 1:00-4:30pm Please note we will adjust with daylight savings time.
Hours: 1:30p.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday Saturday Long pose Open Model uninstructed Pose continuation of weekly classes live model pose. 
Hours: 1:30-4:30 p.m Saturday Private Sessions

   Cost of Classes taught by Linda Dulaney: 

When workshops overlap class dates, there may be an opportunity depending on availablity for the option to continue with the scheduled class or attend the worskhop and pay drop in fee for the workshop.

Cost (4) Classes $640. Private Sessions (2 hours each) By appointment. 
Cost (6 ) Classes $770. (3 Hour One class one-on- one) 18 hours total
One sessions includes model fee (class may have other students working independantly and uninstructed)

All Levels Welcome.
Contact number: 650-832-1544
BACAA address: 345 Quarry Rd, San Carlos CA 94070.

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Course description and syllabus is available upon registration.

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4 Private Lessons (By Appointment Only)

We do not accept cash

To apply for the class,  terms and conditions registrastion form must be signed prior to attendance

Linda Dulaney Bio 

BACAA Studio Address:

345 Quarry Rd. San Carlos CA 94070

MAIL FORMS AND CHECKS TO Business address:

BACAA LLC. Address 969G Edgewater BLVD, #106 
Foster City, CA 94404



“I have the best memories of my trip to San Francisco and your workshop.I did learn some very valuable points from you and now am trying to sketch and draw a bit from these lessons. You made me so comfortable at your studio. You are simply an amazing and lovely person. 

Thank you with warm regards,




Thank you for all you do to help so many of us! Best,” Shyrl

“That was a Wonderful Workshop. You made us all feel so welcome.

The  perfect  enviroment , full of creative energy……..

Much love Lucy” 

James Gleason, juror, loved your work.  I’m pleased to let you know that your beautiful drawing “Meave” was his first choice for one of the three awards.  He said this about the piece:  “Beautiful line work as well as structure and proportion of the head drawing.”  If he could have given more than one award per artist, he would’ve given “Anna” an Honorable Mention, as well.  Congratulations, Linda S!
Teresa S


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