Inking Techniques Using Black Marker
Has drawing with marker always been intimidating? It won’t be after today!

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Has drawing with marker always been intimidating? It won’t be after today!

Lose your inhibitions using some simple techniques with water soluble black marker and a paintbrush. Play with abstraction or focus on realistic imagery – the choice is yours, so pick your comfort level. Bring some photos for reference – preferably ones you have taken yourself or been given permission to use. We will do a little “playing” with the medium then work on a couple of finished images for the majority of the class.

Class:

Level: Beginner and up
Maximum size: 10
Available seats: 1
We do accept names for a waiting list.

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Materials:

Please bring:

  • any synthetic acrylic/watercolour brushes you might have
    (there will be some to borrow at the session)
  • a water soluble black marker: Pilot Hi-Tecpoint V5 markers (available from an office supply store like Staples) recommended
  • personal images for inspiration
  • pencil (HB or lighter)
  • eraser
Artist: Lesley Drummond

Lesley Drummond is an artist, educator and curator who has actively been involved in the Kawartha Lakes arts community since 1985. After working in the Toronto commercial and public gallery scene, she taught Visual Arts, Applied Design and Art History at the high school level for 30 years and supervised the running of local gallery, Art on Kent. As well as being a guest instructor for a variety of local groups, she is currently on the Board of the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council and is the Director of KAN.

More or her work may be seen on her KAN artist page and on her KLAC profile page.