Introductory study of visual experience through drawing and its transformation of the three-dimensional visual world onto a two-dimensional surface. Emphasis varies with instructor.
Shelley Warren ()
Dates: July 15 - August 9, 2013 Fee: $85
Drawing is a means of visual communication with its own language and personal logic. It is a record of one?s conscious and unconscious thoughts - our inner technology. Having the prerequisite of being born with talent in order to be successful at drawing is a myth. Anyone can learn to draw with proper guidance and self motivation. In this course students will explore drawing as a tool to render what is seen in their visual world as well as a means of expression. Through careful analysis students will study nature, abstraction, the figure and inanimate objects using a wide range of drawing materials. Objectives: 1. To learn how to render what we see in our physical environment; nature, the figure and inanimate objects. 2. To introduce the use of abstraction and formal considerations in drawing. 3. To learn how to use various drawing techniques as a means of visual expression. 4. To expose the student to a variety of drawing materials. To learn how to use these materials and to experiment with mixed media applications.
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