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ODR 150-F21 | Intermediate Drawing 1

ODR 150-F21 | Intermediate Drawing 1

10/5-11/30


Maximum Enrollment: 12 LBS
$285.00

Course Description

This course is a continuation of the concepts and techniques covered in Beginning Drawing.  At the heart of this course is  the making of a “composed drawing relating all the fundamental elements , line, space, form, rhythm, light, design, mark making. Learning how to see and  seeing how to learn". Drawing the figure will also be introduced.                                                  

 

 

This is a weekly Zoom class with additional individual Zoom meetings. Students will be using Padlet to share their work.

Pre-requisite: Beginning Drawing

Zoom Meetings 

Tuesdays

10/5-11/30

9 Sessions

4-6 pm EST

 

Tuition: $285

CEUs: 1.8

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"Rebekah" 

Adeline Goldminc-Tronzo 

Charcoal 2021

 

                                                                                                                                                                    

Faculty:

Adeline Goldminc-Tronzo was born in Paris, France and trained in NYC at the Art Students League in the 1970s with Robert Beverly Hale, Marshall Glassier, Joseph Hirsch and Norman Lewis. For more than 35 years her work has been exhibited in both Europe and the US. Adeline also conducts painting workshops in Provence, and Paris, France. Learn more: www.adelinette.com.

 

Supplies: 

Newsprint paper (18" X 24" pad)
small sketchbook
Large STRATHMORE charcoal pad (300 series) 18" X 24"
3 Sheets of large COLORED charcoal paper
soft charcoal (vine or willow) (not compressed)
Alphacolor CHAR-KOLE square drawing sticks
one white charcoal stick and or white pastel
selection of Pencils ( ie: HB, B, 2B, 4B etc.)
paper towels & or chamois
kneaded eraser
pencil sharpener
masking tape


For the first class have the 18 X 24 newsprint, or charcoal paper, the soft charcoal and a kneaded eraser, this will get you started. 

Please keep in mind that charcoal can be dusty, so it may be helpful to cover the floor of your workspace with a drop cloth to keep your space clean. 

 

This course has reached maximum enrollment.

Wait lists are available by calling our office.

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