Girl Scouts - Drawing with Confidence JuniorsDate: Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - also July 17 and July 18
Time: 09:00 AM
Course Length: 2 hours every day
Experience Required: none
Class Size: up to 10
Price: $60 - $5 Materials Fee is payable at the first class.
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 - Roxanna Mostabi
Roxanna is a resident artist at the Magoski Art Colony, and has been showing her artworks at local galleries and venues in Fullerton for the past 3 years. She has a BFA degree in Illustration from Cal State Fullerton and has been teaching art in Orange County for the past 6 years. When she is not teaching, she is usually working on freelance commissioned paintings, or getting creative in her art studio, preparing for monthly Art Walks. She is fluent in a range of mediums such as acrylic paint, oil paint, watercolors, pastel, and charcoals, and has dabbled in clay and linocut. She enjoys working with all age groups, especially children. A warm and friendly teacher, she is as passionate about people as is she about art.