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Drawing & Sketching   

Class Overview

Have you always wanted to learn how to draw, or do you have you some drawing experience that you'd like to build upon? Join us!

This class is excellent for both beginning and intermediate students who want to improve their fundamental drawing and observation skills. Learn how to draw using a simple graphite pencil. Explore line, value, space, perspective and composition. Enjoy guidance of a professional artist and learn approaches to drawing that will help you get better with just a bit of practice.

Join a community of fellow art students and give yourself time to learn, practice and develop these rewarding skills that can give you endless hours of fun and satisfaction. No previous art experience is needed.

 

Supplies Needed

  • Graphite pencil (HB or 2B)
  • Sketchbook (no smaller than 9 x 12", no larger than 11 x 15")

 

Learning Objectives

  • Explore fundamental drawing techniques
  • Learn about different style approaches
  • Practice and improve upon your skills under the guidance of an expert

 

Who Might Enjoy This Class

  • Budding artists
  • Working artists that would like to practice their drawing skills
  • Designers who would like to improve their ability to sketch
  • No previous art experience required
 

Questions about Continuing Education?  Please visit our Frequently Asked CE Questions page for more information!

 

Class details: 
7/3/2024 To 8/14/2024 Instructor: Alexander Chubotin
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM                              14 Class Hours                                                                                  
Sessions: 7 W Room: SC - FA - Art Studio - FA0402, 801 E. Pine St. Seattle, WA 98122
   
Fee: $265.00  
Item: Summer17085
  • Format/Location: In-person, Fine Arts Building (FA) (Address: 801 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122), Room FA 402
  • Schedule Notes: None
We are unable to process registrations within 3 hours of the start timeon 7/3/2024.
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