Maximum of 8 students.
Drawing is the foundation for many two-dimensional artworks based in realism. A well-composed, well-drawn image not only brings pleasure to the viewer but is also a great starting point for other artistic mediums. If you can’t draw it, you can’t paint it! In this class we’ll explore the basics of light and shadow, tonal-value, hard and soft edges, and linear perspective. Learn how to draw what you see and to see what you want to draw in a fun, relaxed and informative setting. Weekly critiques help the growing artist develop their skills and deepen their artistic vocabulary. Materials List: The basics for this drawing class include a 2B pencil, a manual sharpener, a pad of 9 x 12-inch paper and an eraser. Good, sturdy paper (80 lb.) and a selection of quality pencils, varying in hardness from 4H to 6B, makes drafting even more satisfying and are recommended. Additional materials should include a kneaded eraser, hard white eraser, and a metal ruler. Here is a link to some supplies on Amazon: http://a.co/eBHhKax
6 Tuesdays, 10am-12noon