FORENSIC ART ESSENTIALS
This class gives the beginning artist all they need to start in this profession, and practicing forensic artists will gain
invaluable techniques to increase their effectiveness. Additionally, Lois' class will energize the forensic artist toward
their profession and show them ways to perform the work in a more confortable, enjoyable manner. This class is essential
for the most seasoned forensic artist as well as the artist who is just starting out.
Lois Gibson has sketched for the Houston Police Department and surrounding areas for 22 years. Her sketches
have been instrumental in bringing in over 1,000 criminals. She is in the 2005 Guiness Book of World Records as the world's most
successful forensic artist. She was featured in the November 24th, 2003 issue of People Magazine. Her unique method allows the witness
and artist maximum comfort during the interview.
July 29, 2013 through August 1, 2013
I am offering a class just for educators in forensic art. Most of the duties of this law enforcement profession are sketching faces of suspects from witness memory. Other duties involve creating portraits reconstructing faces from sculls of unidentified murder victims, age-progression portraits of fugitives from photos, and many more tasks that aid detectives in solving crimes.
My class will give you instruction materials and techniques to give your students entrance into a profession that stops murders, robbers, rapists and all manner of predators. There is no class at any level in this country where a student can take more than a five-day class from a private instructor. The only place on the planet where multiple-semester course on forensic art is offered is at Dundee University in Dundee, Scotland (2-year masters). Once you take my class, you will be the first in your state, city, or area to offer instruction in this vital profession.
The class will be held July 29th through August 1st, 2013 in Houston, Texas. I will give all attendees permission to use-and a DVD of-all my power point presentations i have gathered over a 30-year career. For details on the class, go to
LoisGibson.com and click on
classes or email Brian Schroeder at
Fall 2013 - Houston, Texas: October 28th through November 1st
Limited spaces available. Please contact manager Brian Schroeder by phone at (713) 291-8653 or by email to
email@example.com to reserve a seat.
For examples of Lois Gibson's successful composites and some of her fine art, click on Gallery/a>.