Artists of all disciplines use sketching as a means to record ideas, memories and observations.
Drawing Classes at Maryland Hall
Drawing provides a variety of benefits to our overall well-being including decreased stress, improved creativity, and stronger critical thinking skills. Every semester, our Teaching Artists offer a variety of drawing classes using different mediums for beginners to experienced drawers. Draw from a live model in a figure or portrait drawing class, take your sketch pad outside in an urban sketch class or start from the foundations of drawing in a new virtual class.
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Basic drawing, both for art work and for practical applications. Please contact the instructor for more information at email@example.com.
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Think you can't draw? It can be learned. Students will go through a series of exercises, designed to open their eyes to the world of drawing. Later, working with charcoal, students learn to how to see and organize with shapes and tone. Line, value, positive/negative space, proportion and perspective are covered. Please bring materials to first class. Supply List: http://andreetullier.com - click on workshops.
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Develop your figure drawing skills from a live clothed model (minimal clothed attire). Proportions, gesture, values and anatomy will be taught during lectures and demos. Using the forgiving medium of charcoal, students will learn how to manipulate the medium while rendering form and value. All levels welcome; Model fee additional paid to instructor. Supply List: Supply List: http://andreetullier.com - click on workshops.