Drawing is a lifelong learning process. In this course, participants are introduced to new ways of approaching some of the main aspects of drawing. Topics include use of line and shape, ways of developing perception, strategies for checking proportion, approaches to establishing value relationships, and a brief introduction to the figure. Based partly on the basic drawing course at Yale, Nancy Zamboni has modified her class during years of teaching to students of all levels. If you are just beginning your journey or looking to deepen or strengthen your skills, this is your opportunity.
Materials: Bring an ebony or 2B pencil, 11” × 14” acid-free sketch pad and an eraser. Total materials and model fees will be about $20, payable to the instructor at the first class.