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Shape, line, shading, texture, dark and light all work to create dimension, perspective and good composition for the best visual effects. There are no boundaries to what you can create if you can draw: This is a multi-level course. No previous experience in drawing is necessary. Various materials such as charcoal, Conte crayon and ink techniques are used, and a review of sighting and measuring techniques reveal invaluable lessons.
Group and individual discussions give direction to student progress. This course welcomes beginner through advanced students. Previous drawing experience required.
Jan Feb 26 DFB: Students will explore various techniques drawing from the live undraped model. Experimentation with a variety of drawing materials and creative approaches will stimulate individual creativity in this high-energy class.
This class welcomes beginners and advanced skill levels. Learn anew or refresh your practice in this back to basics studio. Essential for illustrators and aspiring animators!
High school students age 16 and above may enroll in these adult courses.
We will discuss and explore scale, mass, weight and movement, while building and subtracting line and layer to magnify the sense of space and abstraction. Students may choose to integrate collage or color elements as they consider what works or does not work in their work. This is a fast paced fun workshop that will stretch students to push their figurative work and, provide the tools to work with or without a live model once back in their own studios.
Beginners through advanced skill levels are welcome. You will learn ways to add a sense of depth to your drawings and paintings, with and without formal perspective. Beginner and experienced artists are welcome! Embark on a fun-filled, inspired exploration of realism, exaggeration, cartooning and symbolism as you develop methods to convey a likeness.
Drawing from life and from photographs, students will use various media to tackle the challenges of portraiture and produce realistic or interpretive representations of their subjects.
Beginner through advanced skill levels welcome. With the exacting control of color pencils, you can do it with ease. This course will show you how quickly you can learn to draw in color.
A pencil at your fingertips makes it as straightforward as signing your name. Learn color theory, blending color, shading for light and dark effects, value relationships and perspective. You will be drawing complete compositions in no time.
Students will be invited to explore beyond the traditional use of this rich, expressive art tool. We will use vine or willow charcoal, charcoal powder, soft charcoal pencils and varieties of paper.
We will review basic shapes, positive and negative spaces, cast shadows and tonal values used to create an interesting composition and, we will explore still life and abstract approaches to the use of this very rich, flexible medium.
Students are encouraged to bring remnants of charcoal pieces to be repurposed. This class welcomes all skill levels.If you had to make a playlist of your life, what would be on it?
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