Creating images begins with the capacity to observe what is right in front of you. The standard basic teaching tools in any academic drawing class are an ebony pencil, a kneaded eraser and a nice big page to sketch on. It is truly surprising how many endless hours of discovery can start with taking a class like this. Get inspired, take in pointers from a seasoned artist and learn from other students like yourself. Get your hand warmed up for a lifestyle of visual exploration. You will create line variations, spatial depth, volume, composition, texture, light and shadow while a using range of subjects like flowers, fruit and nostalgic objects. Add supply cost. 5 meetings. INSTRUCTOR: Jeremy Anacker, experienced instructor with a BFA from UW-Madison and private art school training.
SUPPLY LIST: Please bring the following items to your first class: ***** Bring 18"x24" white drawing pad, with 50 - 100 sheets, ebony pencil, pencil sharpener, and a kneaded eraser, vine charcoal sticks, and 6 technical drawing pencils (6h, 4h, 2h, 2b, 4b, 6b) ******* You are also welcome to bring any additional supplies that you wish to work with. See the Wisconsin Union Mini-Courses - http://www.union.wisc.edu/minicourses/