Tuesdays, April 24 - June 12, 6:30-8:30pm

Drawn to Paint

You won’t find a painter who doesn’t acknowledge the importance of drawing in his or her work. We will discover just what makes us “drawn to paint” in this course where we explore two disciplines: drawing and painting. You will be provided an overview of drawing basics, including gesture, contour, sighting, measuring, and mark-making. Then, you will be encouraged to think through compositions of larger projects, experiment with color, and find ways to incorporate drawing into the painting process. These exercises will ultimately help you compose stronger works of art. Students of all skill levels are welcome to draw and paint abstractly, representationally, or both.

Tuition

$250.00

Days

Tuesdays, April 24 – June 12, 6:30-8:30pm

Instructor

Katelyn Wood

Additional Information

Supplies are not included in the cost of this class. One week prior to the class’ start date, a supply list will be emailed to all students.

Advanced registration is required.

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