ALTERNATIVE METHODS IN DRAWING FOR TEENS AND ADULTS

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ALTERNATIVE METHODS IN DRAWING FOR TEENS AND ADULTS

42.00

Saturday, June 17th from 10:00am- 1:00pm (students are welcome to stay longer after class to experiment if they desire)
Instructor: Ian Welch
Ages: Adults and mature students ages 12 and up

In this class, students will be able to experiment with a variety of drawing media to achieve a wide range of expressive mark-making. Utilizing alcohol-based inks, powdered graphite and a combination of wet and dry media, students will be encouraged to experiment with non-traditional material applications along with the element of chance and improvisation.  

Students will begin by learning how to tone paper with powdered graphite, the use kneaded erasers to remove areas of graphite to create imagery in a technique known as "reductive drawing."  The class will then move on to exploring how ink and alcohol can be sprayed onto paper to create hazy, atmospheric effects, then use traditional media to work back into the drawings if desired.  

This class is fun, engaging, exploratory, and messy.  Come prepared to dive into the wonderful world of alternative drawing techniques! 

Supplies Needed:
Two 8x8" or 11x14" Ampersand pre-primed cradled wood panels

Supplies Provided and Included in Tuition:
Noodler's Ink in Lexington Grey or Blue-Black
Small set of spray bottles
Small plastic pallette
Princeton Snap watercolor brushes - a variety of sizes in round and flat shapes
One kneaded eraser

 

Please register as soon as you plan on attending. Classes that don't reach the minimum number of students required will be canceled 48 hours before the first day of class. Last minute registrations are accepted if class minimum is met and space allows.

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