Learn the skill of observation. This four hour workshop will open your eyes to a new way of seeing the world around you. Learn how the act of drawing can become a time of meditation. You will explore traditional approaches to drawing; learning the difference between viewpoint and focal point, the importance of shading to create the optical illusion of depth, and how basic shapes can help you to construct a complex subject. You will also be introduced to the intuitive world of artists with exercises from "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain".
No previous drawing skills are necessary.
No supplies to purchase.
This class will be taught Saturday, October 8th 2022, from 12:30-4:30 pm (CST).
126 Biggin Hall
Please enter the building through the NE (northeast) exterior door. Paste this link in your browser to locate Biggin Hall.: http://auburn.edu/map/?id=9
Parking for the class can be difficult depending on events on campus, there is a parking lot located behind O.D. Smith Hall that is available for public use on weekends, and usually has plenty of open spaces. To get to O.D. Smith Hall from 85, take South College street (Exit 51) approx. 3 miles, then take a right on E. Thach Ave and an immediate left to get to O.D. Smith Hall. Coming from North College street you would take a left onto Thach Ave. and then an immediate left to get to O.D. Smith Hall parking lot. It is then a short walk to Biggin Hall across the street.
The supplies are provided by the instructor.
Withdrawals & Refunds:
If you are unable to attend a course for which you have registered, we ask that you notify the Office of Professional & Continuing Education (fax, or in writing/email) no later than three business days prior to the beginning of the course. A full refund minus a $20 administrative charge, is given when cancellation is made three business days prior to the first scheduled session; no refund thereafter.
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