Learning to Draw What You See Zoom Workshop

July 8 - July 29, 2020

Instructor: Josi Etter

In this four-session Zoom workshop, you will learn how to see shapes, lines and color in the world around you and translate them into drawings on paper.

Let go of drawing fears and expectations and just enjoy the process of creating good and interesting artwork. We will be starting with fun exercises and then move on to landscape, portrait and abstract or figurative artwork.

About Josi:

Josi Etter was born and grew up in Germany (Bonn), lived in the Philippines, West Africa (Benin) and the US. She has a degree in Fine Art Photography and a degree in Fine Arts (BFA). She works for fishing magazines as illustrator, has her own business, specializing in custom fish paintings and currently has a two year art residency in Rochester, NY, where she is completing an independent body of art.
Among other places, she has worked on art projects for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, exhibited at the International Museum of Photography and the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY and some galleries in Germany.


Feel free to use any of the below materials you have at home. If you want to purchase any, you can find a list of some of them by clicking HERE.

  • thin black sharpie marker
  • Black ballpoint pen
  • Pencils
  • Plenty of white copy paper or printer paper
  • Pad of watercolor paper (9"x12" or larger)
  • Watercolors (any kind is okay)
  • Brushes for watercolor
  • Paper towels
  • Old towel
  • Glass with water
  • Any piece of 6x6 cardboard
  • Scissors

[NOTE: A link to the Zoom call will be emailed to you the day before the first session. This will allow you to access the video workshop at the time scheduled.]

Registration Deadline: July 1, 2020

$60 / $50 Members (This includes all four of the one-hour sessions)

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