Urban Sketching – Trees, Bushes and Flowers
Instructor, Agnes Wnuk
Tuesday, July 21
8:30 am – 10:30 am
Outside Urban sketching for all Levels
What is Urban Sketching? Documenting places, people & events in real time, on location. Plein air sketching inside and outside, locally or while traveling Inside: restaurants, museums, theaters, cafes, schools, public buildings, malls, buses, trains… Outside: cityscape, townscape, landscape, parks, gardens, seaside, beaches, street scenes. Events inside and out: parades, fairs, meetings, concerts, parties, strikes, art exhibits, library.
These one-day workshops are designed as an introduction to Urban Sketching for all levels of artists. The workshops provide the student with a skill set and strategies designed to make the urban sketching experience enjoyable and productive.
Although challenging, if you want to capture the outdoors, especially gardens in the summer, you need to practice trees, bushes and flowers. In this workshop we will explore the different ways of tackling all of those greens. Bring a hat, comfortable clothing, we will provide the chair, water and a folding table.
Supplies: Fast drying art materials(watercolors, watercolor pencils or crayons, gouache, pencils, pens)
Sketchbook or watercolor paper pad/block
Favorite brush and water holder.
Paper towel roll
Workshop fee is $25 – Class size is limited to 6 students