Instructor: Hilary Hubanks
This online workshop is an introduction class for drawing still lifes and understanding observational drawing.
Students will set up a still life as inspiration and experiment with additive mark-making techniques using white and black media on medium value paper to create the illusion of depth. The class will go over material use, work space preparation, still life set up and composition, and drawing different surface textures. Students will finish the 4-week course with a final black and white still life.
You can find an easy ordering list of the required and recommended materials by clicking HERE.
Other materials you'll want to have: 3-6 still life objects, lamps or moveable lights, paper towel, damp cloth, drawing board.
Hilary Hubanks is an Illustrator, Graphic and Textile Designer who creates bright, eccentric drawings and surface designs. Originally from southern Wisconsin, she takes much of her inspiration from her open-minded upbringing and her appreciation for the natural world. Using an array of mixed media, Hilary creates highly patterned work brimming with detail that speaks to her multitude of interests. She now lives and works in New York City, and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology.
[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 27, 2020
$75 / $65 Members (This includes all four of the 1.5 hour sessions)
Please remember to check the materials list above.