This eight-week course allows both the novice and non-beginner to practice drawing skills related to botanical subjects. Taken in advance or as a compliment to watercolour painting, this course provides opportunities for intimate and sustained examination of flowering plants as well as landscape subjects. Formal concerns related to composition and media application will be addressed. Students will be introduced to a spectrum of drawing techniques using graphite, conte, charcoal powder, drawing ink and ink markers. Traditional and contemporary techniques specific to this genre will be examined, providing students ample freedom to interpret their subject as they see fit. Due to unpredictable spring weather, visits to Allan Gardens Conservatory to record botanical subjects from life will be restricted to the first four weeks. For the remainder of the course, students will work in the studio, developing larger works from the inventory of drawings produced at the Conservatory.
Tuition: $335 | Materials fee: $15 | Total: $350Notes: SPRING NOTE: No class on May 20 for Victoria Day.
|Code||Instructor||Dates & Time||Days||Length||Register|
|554||Celia Neubauer||April 22, 2019 to June 17, 2019|
TERM - Spring 2019
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Students should have a mixed media sketchbook or pad preferably 90lbs. Canson and Strathmore are two brands that come in 9 x12” or 11 x 14” pads and are sold at both Aboveground and Curry’s art stores. Mixed media pads are media friendly and can hold up to wet and dry materials alike.