Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be able to draw yourself, or people you admire on a piece of paper? This six-week workshop will teach students how to draw and be able to portray various expressions of the face using pencil.
Each of the two hour sessions will cover topics that will help students understand every part of the human face and will culminate with the student completing a self portrait. No previous drawing experience is required to take this workshop, all skill levels are welcome.
Dates: Sunday Afternoons - March 1 to April 5, 2020 (No Class March 15)
Time: 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Price: $175 for non-members, $160 with a membership
Materials: Additional Purchase Required - See Materials List
Skill Level: Beginner
Registration Deadline: Sunday February 23, 2020
What Students will Learn
- Proportions of the head and eyes
- Drawing the nose, ears and lips
- Shading using pencil
- Basic framework of a portrait
- Drawing a self portrait from start to finish
About the Instructor
Currently studying at OCAD University to complete her bachelors in design, Natasha is a graduate of Mayfield Secondary School’s regional visual arts program, and recipient of Ontario Scholar. In her spare time, she creates high realism artwork in multi-media and hopes to pursue a career as a Graphic Designer in the future.
We ask that students bring a sketchbook, one HB and one 2B pencil, and an eraser. All other materials will be provided.
Advanced registration is recommended for workshops. Registration closes Sunday February 23, 2020.
For assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Introduction to Portrait Drawing