Drawing Fundamentals Class
Drawing Fundamentals is being offered through the Schenectady Community College Workforce Development and Community Education program. It will be held on the Community College Campus, in their art room.
Tuesdays , February 26 – April 16
No class March 19.
Forget talent…drawing is a skill that is developed through practice. In this class, students will discuss and practice different techniques that can help anyone learn to draw or improve their current skill level. Students will learn techniques to improve their perception of the world around them and then translate that into lines on paper. They will also learn basic artistic vocabulary and apply it. Through discussion, demonstration, and practice, students will gain a solid artistic foundation for creating beautiful representational art, as well as improved understanding and perception of the world around them. Supply list: students should bring a spiral-bound sketchbook (5.5” X 8.5”) and a drawing board large enough to hold 12” X 18” drawing paper. Materials fee: $5 to be given to the instructor on the first day of class. This course is taught by Sarah Perkins, who has an Illustration Bachelors of Fine Arts from Brigham Young University, and who has worked as an illustrator, freelance artist, and an instructor of community art classes. Click here to register
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For more information about the course, you can email me at sarahluannart AT gmail DOT com, or you can use the contact form on this site--just click on "contact" in the site menu.