Drawing

Fall and Winter Sessions:

Fall: October 18 - December 18 (8 weeks)
Winter: January 3 - February 26 (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 will need to know about perspective. Learn how to use it in drawings using a broad range of materials, including pencil, charcoal, conté and pen.

Wednesdays

Classical Figure Drawing From Life

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

This class is for students who would like to learn how to draw a figure from life. 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. It will also teach proper lighting, value, and form. Draw a figure from a live model using short poses to capture gestures and longer poses to build a well-structured, life-like picture.

Thursdays

Creating with Pastels

Days & Times:
Thursdays - 1pm - 4pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
373 Tequesta Drive - Studio B
Instructor:

In this class, students will have the chance to explore the many facets of working with pastels. Becky will introduce concepts using demonstrations and examples from modern and historic works of art. The course lessons are designed to help build art skills while learning new pastel techniques. There will be art critiques and individual instruction. Whether new to pastels or an experienced pastel artist, this class is sure to challenge and excite students. Becky’s been painting in pastels for years and has a lot to share.

Fridays

I Can’t Draw a Straight line

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

The class will begin with standard graphite pencils and “the basics”, then move into more experimental supplies such as unique papers, conté, crayon, pen, and ink with a crow quill pen and beyond. The subject matter will range from setting up a still life to using photo references. Learn how to connect “what you see to what you draw”, as everyone’s point of expression is unique and valid to the finished product.