Process as Product: One-Day Drawing
When participating in the drawing process, many people worry about how the final product will look and often sacrifice exploration for image. This workshop encourages experimentation with pencil, charcoal, conté crayon, pen and ink; surfaces such as smooth, textured and colored papers; as well as alternative surfaces and mark-making materials. We’ll look at drawings from other cultures done in many mediums and work in the studio utilizing basic shapes. Composition and perspective are also discussed.
This session can also be taken as a two-day workshop, with watercolor on the second day.