DRAWING

Drawing Basics

Drawing from observation is a skill that can be learned. Acquire a variety of techniques for sizing-up proportions, showing volume, and depth. Experienced teaching professionals will provide a supportive environment encouraging the student to learn to draw. Bring an 18 x 24 sketch or drawing pad, 6B, 4B, 2B, H or F, 2H and 4H pencils, kneaded and vinyl (plastic) erasers to the first class. Instructor s website: michaelparrstudio.com.

Drawing Basics II (902)

David Yeider, Studio 4
Tuesdays, September 10 - November 26
1:15 - 3:45 pm/12 weeks

$235/Members: $215
Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing or equivalent
Experience expressive communication using fundamental skills to explore visual interpretation with an emphasis on variety and innovation. An array of media will be examined each class session with a variety of subject matter. Study mark making, compositional plotting, planar value, light and shadow analysis, and further investigate the principles and elements of art and design.