Classes and workshops emphasize drawing for enjoyment, as a means of expressing ideas, and as preparatory studies for painting and other two and three dimensional work. Understanding and trying new materials, tools and techniques is important in each session. Building a solid drawing foundation in black and white is essential. Later, exploration of color and other dry, wet and mixed media are creatively examined. Classes are generally four weeks or more in length, meeting once per week, and workshops may be from a few hours to a number of days.
Possible ideas for classes or workshops: Basic drawing, Materials and techniques, Figure drawing, Anatomy, Portraits, Landscape, Plants, Flowers, Buildings, Perspective and Animals.
A typical class or workshop may include: group and individual instruction, materials technique review, discussion, critiques, handouts, skill building exercises, instructor demonstration, review of master artists images, and students work on their own projects. Classes may be for beginners, intermediate or advanced students. I work with your group or organization to insure the class or workshop meets your requirements.