Workshop | Basics of Still Life Drawing
August 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$40
Is drawing something you’ve always wanted to learn how to do but you don’t know where to start? Welcome to the workshop for you!
This class was designed with beginners in mind who are looking to develop the observational and technical skills used as the foundation of drawing objects in space through still life. You’ll learn the keys to becoming a drawing expert, regardless of your starting level or age, through a new, rational, and playful approach to drawing.
Attendees will explore a variety of drawing media, including charcoal and graphite, and methods such as linear perspective as they work to replicate traditional still lives and interior spaces. Rendering, implied texture, and value with an emphasis on personal style and expressive quality is just one of the skills you’ll be working towards as understand each of the thought processes involved in learning how to draw.
All materials provided.
There are only 10 spots available for this class and the deadline to register is August 23rd at 7PM.
Neal Hanowitz, a New York City native has taught a variety of media including painting, sculpture, film animation, and printmaking for the past 27 years. Formal studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and Pratt Institute set a lifetime of art making into motion. He has lived, taught and exhibited in The United States, Switzerland, Zimbabwe, and most recently Myanmar. Now retired and living with his wife, Audrey in Delray Beach, he is slowly becoming immersed in the South Florida arts community.