Basic Drawing: Pictorial Composition with Karina Kadiyska
Three Week Series
Feb. 4th, 18th, March 4th
10 am - 12 pm
An artist and and an instructor, Karina Kadiyska studied in Moscow, Italy, and Boston. She holds a Master's Degree in Sculpture and Bachelor's Degree in Painting. Karina has taught locally at the Newbury College, Fisher College, Museum of Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art, and New Art Center in Newton. Her most recent exhibition was The Stories that Shape Us: Karine Kadiyska and Sandra Mayo, 2017, Holzwasser Gallery, New Art Center, Newton, Massachusetts.
In this three-day workshop, students will learn necessary drawing techniques for accurately capturing what they see, as well as experience the joy and expressive potential of pictorial composition. The expressive power of all elements involved in composition, such as the proportion of the paper, negative spaces, and size and placement of the objects will be discussed. During the first day, students will learn tools necessary to capture what they see accurately on paper, such as blocking and point method. During the second class, students will learn about composition and use the learned techniques creatively in order to follow a chosen visual idea or to express a particular feeling. The choices in composition are endless. On the final day, students will create an expressive linear still-life drawing.
All Materials are Included
You will receive soft vine charcoal, 2B pencil, eraser, chamois cloth, drawing board, 18"x24" drawing paper.
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