Intermediate Perspective for Artists Drawing Workshop: 3 Sessions
Pearl Street Stucco by Carolyn Lord
About the instructor: Carolyn Lord served as judge for the 2017 Frank Bette Plein Air Paint Out. She is an artist who enjoys painting the landscape, gardens, and architecture of California. Lord exhibits at Nancy Dodds Gallery, Carmel and Calabi Gallery, Santa Rosa and is a Signature Member of both the California Art Club and the National Watercolor Society. Watercolor Artist Magazine published a multi-page article on her work in the February 2015 issue. Lord is a 1978 graduate of Principia College, IL, and is continuing her arts education as a part-time student of the Golden Gate Atelier in Oakland.
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Title: Perspective for Artists Drawing Workshop:
Instructor: Carolyn Lord
Dates: July 7, 14, 21
Day & Time: Tuesdays, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (hour lunch)
Description: The lessons will build on the prior class and will continue to focus on observing and drawing rectilinear forms in the studio as well as drawing the nearby architecture in Alameda. Drawing materials provided will include charcoal, white charcoal pencil, newsprint paper, Canson drawing paper.
Prerequisite: Prior attendance in "Perspective for Artists" is required.
Materials: All materials and equipment supplied.
Fees: $350 per registrant (Very limited seating!)
Notes: Open to students of previous Perspective for Artists Drawing Workshop. Limited seating. Minimum enrollment required for workshop to proceed.
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Rue Saint-Jean by Carolyn Lord