Drawing RealisticTextures

Code: HC11030

Dates: October 21 - November 4, 2019

Meets: 9:45 AM to 11:45 AM

Sessions: 3

Location: Creutzburg Center

Course Fee: $78.00

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Expand your drawing skills with a focus on learning to see. Have fun with a variety of exercises while working from textures such as ceramic, stone, wood, metal, glass or fabric. Explore different ways to draw with pencils by blending, toning, drawing with an eraser and working with light and shadow to create a sense of realism.

Notes:

Materials to bring to class: -Graphite pencils from 2H up to 6B or 8B -Generals brand Kimberly 9XXB (suggested, not required). Order from Blick or Amazon -A kneaded eraser (the gray moldable one) and a white or pink eraser -Cotton balls, Q-tips, Blending Stump -Pencil sharpener -8x10 Smooth Drawing paper (not sketch paper). Stathmore or Canson are good brands. -Various objects from home with a different texture for each class. Whatever you want to draw.Examples: glass, wood, metal, fabric, ceramic, cork, leaves, stones, shells, or fruit.
Fee: $78.00

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Kathryn Noska

Kathryn E Noska is an oil painter of representational still life in mythic landscapes using symbolic imagery and philosophic whimsy. After receiving an AFA from Montgomery County Community College she studied 17th Century Still Life painting at Chester County Art Association under Bill Ewing. Kathryn has won many awards of excellence in the local Philadelphia Suburban area. She took first prize of the National Platinum Award for Trompe l’oeil at the Fauxcademy of Decorative Finishing in Las Vegas, NV and has been accepted in numerous juried exhibitions including the State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Kathryn has a strong passion, purpose and persistence to find and use safe art materials due to developing Multiple Chemical Sensitivity which greatly impacted and influenced her artistic journey, direction, and choice of media. Through much research and exploration, she made a momentous discovery, and now uses solvent-free painting techniques, cold-pressed walnut oil paint and eco-friendly panels. This quest has taken many artistic twists and turns, but being a painter at heart, she has come full circle, back to her roots, empowered to continue the journey.

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