Dates: March 31, 2023
Time: 10:00 to 3:30 PM
Location: Chota Classroom A
Prerequisites: Intro to Colored Pencils or equivalent drawing experience
Contact Information: email@example.com
Class Size: Min 6 Max 10
Sign-up: Registration is closed. Contact Deb directly to see if you can be added to the class.
Deadline: March 17, 2023
Cancellation Policy: Participants may cancel up to 14 days prior to the start of the class for a full refund. There will be no refunds within 14 days of the class unless spot can be filled from wait list. To cancel, fill out the class refund request form
Class Content: The class will be a fun experiment on the ins and outs of colored pencil beyond the use of white paper. Class participants will explore color combinations on a variety of papers and paper colors. A color predictor will be developed as reference for color outcomes on these papers. There will be a variety of papers, provided by the instructor, for student use in this class. The papers will include watercolor paper, drafting film, and black, tan and gray drawing paper. *Papers will be provided by instructor.
This will be a one day workshop, plan on bringing a lunch.
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Biography: A native of Michigan I studied Fine Art and Illustration at Kendall College of Art in Grand Rapids, MI and Computer Graphics and Photography at Spring Arbor College in Spring Arbor, MI. I received a degree in Communications Technology from Kellogg College, Battle Creek and worked in the graphic design and publications field. I have always been interested in art and photography and have worked in watercolor, gouache, acrylics and most recently in colored pencil.
While living in Green Valley, Arizona, I was a member of the Santa Rita Art League and exhibited in Green Valley and at the Red Poppy and Otero galleries in Tubac, Arizona. I learned colored pencil techniques during a series of courses at the Sonoran Desert Museum Art Institute in Tucson, Arizona. After relocating to Tennessee in 2018 I joined the Art Guild of Tellico Village and continue using colored pencil for botanical and still life art.