Glebe House Workshop (Woodbury)


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Instructor, Agnes Wnuk
Tuesday, 28
8:30 am - 10:30 am

Outside Urban sketching for all Levels

What is Urban Sketching? Documenting places, people & events in real time, on location. Plein air sketching inside and outside, locally or while traveling Inside: restaurants, museums, theaters, cafes, schools, public buildings, malls, buses, trains… Outside: cityscape, townscape, landscape, parks, gardens, seaside, beaches, street scenes. Events inside and out: parades, fairs, meetings, concerts, parties, strikes, art exhibits, library.

These one-day workshops are designed as an introduction to Urban Sketching for all levels of artists. The workshops provide the student with a skill set and strategies designed to make the urban sketching experience enjoyable and productive.

In this workshop we will sketch a garden using a concertina style sketchbook to capture a panorama. You can include people and or architecture as well as the garden. Learn strategies for working on a wide composition,  Bring a hat, comfortable clothing, a folding chair, a water bottle. We will meet at the Glebe house for this workshop.

Supplies: Fast drying art materials(watercolors, watercolor pencils or crayons, gouache, pencils, pens)
Sketchbook or watercolor paper pad/block
Favorite brush and water holder.
Paper towel roll
Mask

The fee for this workshop is $25 . Class size is limited to 6 students - please bring a mask .

“Arts Escape – where creativity and
learning promote well-being.