Drawing

Early Fall, Fall, and Winter Sessions:

Early Fall: September 7th - October 16th (6 Weeks)
Fall: October 18th - December 18th (8 Weeks)
Winter: January 3rd - February 26th (8 Weeks)

Mondays

2D Perspective Drawing

Days & Times:
Mondays - 1pm-4pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
Studio C
Instructor:

Drawing is the foundation for art. Learn how to observe shapes and everything you need to know about perspective. Students will learn how to use it in their drawings using a broad range of materials, including pencils, charcoal, conte’, and pen.

Tuesdays

Advanced Drawing

Days & Times:
Tuesdays - 11am-2pm
Level:
Intermediate to Advanced
Location:
Online
Instructor:

Drawing skills will be taken to the next level by honing depiction of space and depth through exercises and studies from life using light sources both real and imagined. Students will experiment with additive and reductive methods using ink, pens, graphite sticks, conte crayons, and charcoal. All of this will be done using a variety of surfaces including paper of different weight and color, prepared grounds, and board. By the end of the session, students will master gradation value in different drawing media and use it to create believable space and light.

Wednesdays

Classical Figure Drawing From Life

Days & Times:
Wednesdays - 1pm - 4pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
Studio C
Instructor:

This class is for students that would like to learn how to draw the figure from life. students will learn about gesture, structure, form, and anatomy. This class will teach methods and techniques for using charcoal, white chalk, and sanguine to create a figure drawing on paper as well as proper lighting, value, form, and techniques for using art materials. Students will draw the figure from a live model using short poses to capture gesture and longer poses to build a well-structured life like picture

Thursdays

No classes are currently scheduled for this day.

Fridays

I Can’t Draw a Straight line

Days & Times:
Fridays - 9am-12pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
Studio B
Instructor:

The class will begin with the standard graphite pencils and ‘the basics’, then move into more experimental supplies such as unique papers, conte´ crayon, pen & ink with crow quill pen, and beyond. The subject matter will range from a setup still-life to photos reference. Learning to connect ‘what is seen to what can be drawn’, everyone’s point of expression is unique and valid to the finished product.

Saturdays

No classes are currently scheduled for this day.