Tuesdays / January 28 - March 17 / 4:30-6pm

Fundamentals of Drawing: Form & Value: Ages 14-18

In this course, we’ll work from observation using a variety of materials to explore the challenges common to representational and abstract art. The class will learn about linear perspective, exploring 1, 2, and 3-point perspective. Students will observe and work from still lives to explore value, light, texture, and color. This course provides opportunities to study forms and work with tools, techniques, and subject matter associated with the medium of drawing throughout art history.

Tuition

$245.00

Days

Tuesdays, January 28 – March 17, 4:30-6pm

Instructor

Stephan Sieg

Additional Information

Advance registration required.

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