Drawing for Beginners – Second in Series

This is a four-week drawing class exploring the basics of seeing and making images. We will be using soft charcoal on paper and learning about line, shade, composition, contrast, and movement. Bring your curiosity and come draw with us!

Week 1: Paper bags and household objects – We will explore line and shade, light and dark

Week 2: Objects from nature – We will focus on texture and contrast

Week 3: Still life and the (clothed) figure – We will concentrate on composition, movement, and negative space

Week 4: Faces and Landscapes – refining what we know and creating final pieces for critique, and possible final show

Drawing for Beginners will run for 4 weeks in January, Thursdays, 5:30-7:00pm. The price of $60 includes all 4 weeks. The class is suitable for ages 10 to adult.

You must pre-register for the 3-week class. Please note the specific dates of this class, January 5, 12, 26th. All supplies and materials are included in your registration fee. If you have any questions, please email us.

Please note: If you have a “Class Pass” you can still register for the class. Your card will be punched for each class you take.

About Your Instructor: Christine deLormierBeginning Drawing – Art Loft Rockland

Artist Bio:Beginning Drawing - Art Loft Rockland

Christine deLorimier has been drawing since age 9, inspired at first by the grace and beauty of horses. She holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Maine College of Art and now lives in Thomaston. She is very interested in the play of light and how our eyes convert the tones we see into perceptions of objects. In her free time, Chrys loves to be outdoors with her family and rescue dogs.