Drawing as Mark Making How to Draw Outdoor Sketching
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How to Draw (DRWGs111-18)

This is an ideal drawing course for people with little or no experience in drawing. You will develop the observational skills necessary to make realistic rendering of what you see in front of you using materials such as pencils, charcoal and pastels. Basic components of drawing such as shading, perspective and proportion will be covered. Colour will be introduced in second half of course. Source material will include working from nature, still life arrangements and photographs.
Tuesdays 6pm - 9pm, May 15 - Jun 19 Full - Waitlist
Meghan Krauss
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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Outdoor Sketching (DRWGs128-18)

This is a perfect drawing course to celebrate our beautiful spring weather in Victoria. This course will introduce you to some basic drawing techniques and review ways to approach drawing on location. Each week the class will meet at a different location in Victoria. All locations will be accessible by public transit. Locations could include: Beacon Hill Park, Government House, Dallas Cliffs and Summit Park. In case of inclement weather, alternate locations such as the Royal British Columbia Museum will be arranged. Great course for beginners or people with no drawing experience, or who lack confidence in their drawing abilities.
Fridays 10am - 1pm, May 18 - Jun 22
Meghan Krauss
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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Drawing as Mark Making (DRWGs219-18)

This six-week course will explore experimental approaches to mark-making as the foundation for drawing through creative work with gesture, alternative tools and diverse drawing materials. Each week the instructor will expand on the range and variety of marks made through exercises and assignments that focus on line, value, texture, pattern and composition variance. You will develop a large repertoire of personal marks that can be used in many types of drawings.
Tuesdays 2pm - 5pm, May 15 - Jun 19
Connie Morey
Tuition: $235.00 (18 hrs)
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