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Drawing for Busy People ONLINE WEDNESDAY EVENING begins 9.21

$115.00

Do you have an hour and a half a week for art? Drawing is a great way to focus and relax the mind. While many art classes take space and time to get set up, create, then clean up, it only takes a few minutes to grab a pencil and draw, and you can do it anywhere!

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We use the Zoom platform for online classes. Login codes are sent prior to the first class only. Some email systems such as Hotmail block our emails to you. Please check your junk folders, and if you have have not received your class info, please contact us (contact@seattleartistleague.com) 15-30 minutes before your class begins so we can reply with the login codes. We will get you into your class.

Drawing for Busy People

  • Teacher: Charity Baker
  • Class Length:  6 Weeks
  • Class Days: Wednesdays, beginning September 21
  • Time: 6:00-7:30 pm PDT

Too busy to take a class? Not anymore!

Drawing is a great way to focus and relax the mind. While many art classes take space and time to get set up, create, then clean up, it only takes a few minutes to grab a pencil and draw, and you can do it anywhere!

We’ve modified our beginning drawing course to give you the basics of line, form, tone, proportion, composition, gesture, movement, and expression. This is a drawing class designed to allow you to sample a wide variety of artistic styles and approaches, so that you can develop your observational skills while also discovering your own personal voice. Even by drawing for 10 minutes a day, you will gain greater confidence in your abilities, and deepen your artistic perception, as well as fostering a new appreciation for the world around you.

We will work from observation (looking at stuff) and work with various styles and approaches for discovery, exploration, and expression. There will be homework, but if the only time you have to draw is during this class, you will be fine.

NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. This beginning drawing class is a great primer for figure drawing, beginning painting, printmaking, or anyone who wants to get past the intimidation factor of drawing and increase their basic skills.

Suggested Materials:

Bring what you have. The list below is suggested, but not necessary. Pencil and paper will always be fabulous.

  • Soft Willow Charcoal
  • Pencils: HB and 6B or 8B
  • Charcoal pencil: 6B or 8B / soft or super soft
  • Strathmore 300 series drawing pad (yellow pad with top spiral bind, product code 340-318). At the school studio we use 18×24″ but home studios can be a bit less spacious. Get the largest size your work station will accommodate. 14×17″ is great.
  • Newsprint. Get the largest size your work station will accommodate.
  • Drawing board may be helpful to hold paper at an angle while you sit at a desk
  • White vinyl/plastic eraser
  • Chamois cloth- small
  • Pencil sharpener

Optional:

  • Conte stick – brown or black
  • Sketchbook (optional)
  • Large kneaded eraser (optional)
  • Pens

Drawing by Georgia Ward-Collings

Seattle Artist League is a community. In order to protect our community, we require that all who enter the school are masked and remain masked for their stay.

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