Why are some pictures worth a thousand words and others are just… well, pictures? In this four-part series we will learn about the cornerstones of image-making and how they can be applied to tell the story we have in mind.
Each session will start with a succinct lecture, tackling a single design principle and how it has been used by artists throughout the ages. In the second half of each meeting we will put these insights to work and have fun with our sketchbooks. Open to anyone with a curiosity for visual arts. All skill levels are welcome.
Supplies: Please bring a pencil, some paper (a sketchbook is ideal). Colored pencils or colored markers for January 24 only.
Instructor: Carolin Peters