Drawing Series is more than learning the basics of drawing. Though it does do just that, it also proposes a drawing challenge to all; beginner and experienced alike.
This six-session two-hour class series takes an accumulative learning approach.
Class dates: September 29, October 13, October 20, October 27, November 3, November 10
Learning to Look
We start with the fundamental principles and techniques of drawing, including the elements of shape, line, tone, and light and shadow.
After which each class will build on the teachings of the previous session. Class lessons will include:
- comparative sighting
- the study of edges
- 1-pt and 2-pt linear/aerial perspective
- placement of elements/points of view
- line of action
Areas of Study:
The fundamentals learned during each class will then be applied to three areas of study:
- sight-based – blocks, still-life, figurative
- photo work – building, landscape, wildlife
- imaginative – cartooning, comic art and sequential storytelling
Week five is a special week, with the entire session being an introduction to figurative drawing. There will be a live model.
In addition to class time work, there will be a significant drawing challenge put forth as assigned homework.
Learn something new. Improve your skills. Wow yourself!
Everyone must bring a sketchbook. All other materials will be provided. However, you are welcome to bring your own. (A materials list will be emailed after registration.)
About M-J Kelley
M-J is a classically trained figurative artist with advanced training in cartooning, comic art, and sequential storytelling. Her work focuses on hand-drawn fine art, wildlife illustration, surreal, anthropomorphic landscapes, and comic art. Her work may be viewed at M-J Kelley Studio
Please send form and payment to:
Kawartha Arts Network
P.O. Box 13
Lindsay, ON K9V 4R8
Please note: You will not be registered for a class until payment has been received.