Girl Scouts - Drawing with Confidence JuniorsDate: Friday, May 17, 2013
Time: 09:00 AM
Experience Required: none
Class Size: up to 10
Price: $50 - $5 Materials Fee is payable at the day of the workshop
Students will learn how important tones are to achieve a realistic drawing; how
to shade using hatching and crosshatching techniques; the importance of layering colors;
how to use different materials such as graphite, color pencil, and oil pastels.One assignment will ask students to imagine themselves in a fantastical situation, and then illustrate it as a cartoon. Students will learn to keep sketchbooks in which they can jot down creative ideas and sketch friends, family and places from life. On the final day, all students will be asked to share a finished artwork that they completed since the start of the workshop, using the techniques learned. Students will learn the value of keeping artworks safe in a portfolio, and how to confidently share their works with others.
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Artist Bio - Anna Hansen
Anna Hansen, originally from northern Utah, works as an art educator in the Fullerton school district. She received a BFA in Printmaking and a Certificate in Book Arts in 2012. She has shown her work in galleries in Salt Lake City, as well as in portfolios in Chicago, Philadelphia, and New Orleans. Anna is now joining the company of the artists at the Magoski Art colony and aspires to inspire artists old and new.