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Adult Res. A&C/Art 2009 Fees: $132.00 (Required)
Adult Non Resident: A&C/Art 2008 Fees: $142.00 (Required)
Applicable discounts not applied and Taxes included in price.
Intro to Still Life and Observational Drawing is the right course for those who have no drawing experience or a refresher course for those who feel they have an unexplored artistic talent. Before you can create beautiful art you need to learn the basics of drawing and our goal is to help you awaken that hidden ability to express yourself artistically. In the course you will start by learning how to analyze what you see. You will progress from drawing simple geometric objects to more complex shapes and still life setups, while gaining an understanding of perspective, line, shading, texture and color. Each individual artist will be able to progress as far as their skills will take them in the 8-week course. Alfred De Angelo has a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has been an exhibiting member of the Copley Society of Art, Boston, since 2004. Required supplies: Pad of drawing paper (14 x17 or larger), A range of drawing pencils (HB – 4B), pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser, rubber eraser, a masonite clipboard (approx. 20 x 24) or a stiff backing cardboard for use on an easel.(Recommended: pencil sets are available that include drawing and charcoal pencils, erasers & sharpeners).
For a list of suggested color supplies, please email Alfred at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pad of drawing paper (14x17 or larger), A range of drawing pencils (HB - 4B), pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser, rubber eraser, a masonite clipboard (aprox. 20 x 24) or a stiff backing cardboard for use on an easel.(Recommended: pencil sets are available that include drawing and charcoal pencils, erasers & sharpeners).
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