Registration deadline September 6
Have you ever told yourself "I can't draw"? In that case, this class was made for you. Anyone can learn to draw, they just need the right foundation. In this course, we will explore what it means to draw using pencils, charcoals, and even an eraser. We’ll discuss composition, variety of line, mass, hatching and cross-hatching. Drawing is the foundation of all visual mediums, so whether you paint or sculpt or work in any other media, drawing is a valuable skill! This will be an encouraging and supportive environment; leave your fear at the door. Materials list can be found below.
Instructor: Olga Brindar
Dates: Sundays 9/13 - 10/18
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Drawing board, at least 16”x20”, with attached binder clips 18x24 drawing/mixed media pad (acid-free, archival paper), Two to three pieces of colored paper at least 16”x20” (brown, grey, blue, black, etc), Set of pencils ranging in thickness (6B-6H), Charcoal pencil (one to two, in black), 1 set conte crayons (black and white, preferably two sticks of each), Set of thick, loosely packed charcoals (eg: Char-Kohl) in black
OPTIONAL: shades of dark grey, Hard drawing eraser, Soft kneaded eraser, Vinyl eraser Eraser pen