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Observational Drawing: Using Sight and Insight to Improve Drawing Techniques

Observational Drawing: Using Sight and Insight to Improve Drawing Techniques

Sunday, June 16
9 am – 2 pm

Please see future classes by Austin Pratt

Seeing is Forgetting: Insights from Meditation for Better Observational Drawing. Focusing on the importance of “practice” in both drawing and meditation, we will be comparing important lessons from both disciplines as we engage in perspective-shifting techniques of observational drawing, as well as sitting in guided meditations. No prior experience necessary, and all skill-levels welcome.

Sunday, June 16
9 am – 2 pm

Instructor: Austin Pratt
Ages: Adult (15+) / All Levels

Supply List:

The following are suggested basic supplies – all media are welcome, so please bring whatever supplies you need for whichever media you are using.

– Drawing board – 20”x 26” or larger (light-weight masonite works best)
– Newsprint pad – 18”x 24” – rough surface recommended
– Bull dog clamps or similar to attach pad to board
– Medium and Support Items:
– Vine charcoal, thin and fat pieces
– Choice of conte crayon, 6B graphite pencil or sticks, china marker, compressed charcoal, carbon pencils, or any suitable medium for drawing on newsprint
– Large kneaded eraser
– Pink pearl eraser
– Portable pencil sharpener or utility knife (best for soft/medium pencils)
– Clean small rags
– Sandpaper pad for sharpening drawing mediums
– Stumps for blending (optional)

-Sack lunch

June 16, 2019 9 am – 2 pm