Drawing Techniques - Four classes (6/6 - 6/27)

  • June 06, 2019
  • 9:00 AM
  • June 27, 2019
  • 11:30 AM
  • Corrales Arts Center
  • 4


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Using pencils, charcoal and good drawing paper, students will gain an understanding of elements of art: line, shape, contrast and texture, including the basics of perspective. The human form will also be explored.

Session 1: Use of pencil to develop many shades of black to represent 3-D form; outline drawing, contour drawing, timed drawing

Session 2: Basic perspective drawing; developing a landscape based on a photo

Session 3: Drawing what you see

Session 4: Basics of the human form

INSTRUCTOR: Dee Link received her bachelor’s degree in art education from the University of Kansas and her master’s degree in printing technology from Pittsburg State University. She has taught K-12 art, and college level classes using many mediums and photography. After retiring from teaching she was a docent at the Spencer Art Museum at KU, staying in touch with young people and older adults by discussing art through the ages. Drawing was her favorite medium from childhood, always drawing from nature. She now works extensively with watercolor.

TUITION:  $72 CAC Members, $80 Non Members.  Includes materials. 

Suitable for kids age 16 and up.  

Nurture.  Generate.  Encourage.  Experience.  Appreciate.

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