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Do love to sketch? Do you love the Stanford University Museums? Would you like to come in contact directly with some the greatest artists of our time while using your talent in drawing?

Our neighborhood which includes The Stanford Museums is a veritable playground for creatives who are interested in 5000 years of art at the Cantor Arts Center Museum and current Post World War II art originating in Bay Area and New York located at The Anderson Collection. Spend a few hours of your drawing talent sketching Rodin sculpture or abstract paintings by drawing in it's galleries.

Heidi Noriko, drawing instructor will help you with volume, line, creating solids and crystallizing intuitive emotion that comes from great art such as Rodin. What you would need to get started is a sketchbook and charcoal pencil for plein air drawing. For indoor drawing, museum policy requires one to draw only with pencil or colored pencils. No worries! Basic is beautiful. These simple tools will enable you to become a more refined artist.

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Plein Air Drawing at Cantor Museum

Cantor Art Center at Stanford

ARCHAEA: Artist Talk by James Porschen

Art Ventures Gallery

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