To draw, you must close your eyes and sing- Pablo Picasso
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with Linda West
The class will teach the basics of structural drawing, depicting light and shadow, and composition through the study of still-life objects, casts, and portraits from photographs. The class is designed to give students a clear process of observing and drawing that can be used both for simple objects and more complicated subjects.
The information and techniques to which the students are exposed will be classical, whether working in charcoal, graphite, conté, pastels, or oil sketches. They will progress from line and tone to limited and full-color work. The ultimate goal will be to enable each student to execute personal and independent statements through their work.
The class is open to all skill levels. Beginning students, or students who have been away from art for a long time, will find a harmonious and encouraging atmosphere. More advanced students will be encouraged to work on their own personal projects and experimentation with materials is encouraged. Come learn, experiment, create and have fun!
For more information about our classes and to register for a class, you may also telephone us at 860.868.2878 or email us at email@example.com.
Tuition must be paid in full one week prior to the first class. Students are guaranteed a place in class only after full payment is received.
Materials are extra for some classes and workshops.
Please note: Occasionally, WAA documents classes and other educational events using photography and video. This is for publicity purposes and these images may be used in our promotional and informational materials as well as on our website.
Registration for any of these events at WAA or sponsored by WAA assumes permission to collect an image of you and/or your artwork and to use those images publicly to promote WAA. You may inform us at the time of registration, or inform the photographer/videographer at the event, that you do not wish to have your image taken.