This all levels drawing class focuses on strategies and exercises for drawing from life as well as the imagination, while exploring different drawing medium and approach. Each week we will cover different aspects of drawing as we practice skills in observation, understanding light, elements of design and composition; while not taking ourselves too seriously and have fun!
Class participants are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please use the Washington Ave side entrance.
All participants must wear a mask and will be screened upon arrival. Please allow a minimum of 15 minutes prior to class start for the registration process.
This class will take advantage of the beautiful winter scenery by taking our paints outdoors! We will spend the majority of class outside learning about light, color and layers in nature. All levels are welcome!
Paints of choice, with at least five colors to mix between. Preferably a yellow ocher, blue, cadmium red, white and green. All colors can be made with these but the more the better!
A jar with a lid to rinse brushes
Paint pallet/paper plate/ plastic Tupperware
Stool/bucket for sitting
Small easel if available
Paper/primed canvas/primed panel for painting on
Brushes – at least three sizes, small, medium, large
Water bottle for rinsing brushes/extra for drinking.
Add the optional $10 materials fee if you are not bringing your own materials. The materials fee includes the use of watercolor paint, brushes, pencils, and watercolor paper. Participants will take home any finished paintings.