Drawing Space Drawing: The Abstract Image How to Draw
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How to Draw (DRWGs111-18)

This is an ideal course for people with little or no experience in drawing. The course involves drawing from direct observation with an emphasis on the line quality, value, shading, negative space and perspective. Students will create texture in their drawings as they explore the aesthetics of mark making. The skills necessary to make a good a drawing are developed through basic materials such as pencils and charcoal. Source material will include still life arrangements, working from nature, a live model and photographs. Course will also include a field trip so students can experience drawing on location.
Wednesdays 6pm - 9pm, May 15 - Jun 19, 2019
Meghan Krauss
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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Drawing: The Abstract Image (DRWGs201-18)

In this course you will learn how to think about abstraction in drawing and make the transition from representational drawing to making marks, shapes, forms and textures that combine to create completed works of art. The course will give you a comprehensive background on artists who have used drawing as an abstract language through the 20th and early 21st centuries. You will use a wide range of drawing materials for projects that focus on process, experimentation and innovation.
Wednesdays 2pm - 5pm, May 15 - Jun 19, 2019
Wendy Welch
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
Material Fee: $25 for high quality drawing papers (all paper to be used in course is provided in this fee)
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Drawing Space (DRWGs217-18)

One of the most exciting and sometimes most challenging aspects of drawing on a flat surface is creating a sense of space. Whether that space is flat or illusionistic, the artist wants to have control over how they work with space in terms of the overall impact of the drawing. The various ways of depicting space from using value, scale, line weight, pattern, overlapping and perspective will be covered in this course. Exercises and class projects will use charcoal, graphite, ink and other drawing materials to create deep, shallow and flat space, and to create tensions between illusionistic space and surface mark making to create effective, dynamic drawings. Some drawing experience recommended but not required.
Tuesdays 6pm - 9pm, May 14 - Jun 18, 2019
Jeroen Witvliet
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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