January 29 – March 12
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Class Fee: $220, plus $25 payable to instructor for materials
Explore and expand your drawing abilities. Every level of experience is welcome, because critiques are done on an individual basis. Students will learn all of the important elements that go into a great drawing. Topics covered are composition, value, relationships and perspective, in addition to other elements of art. Students will be working in charcoal and will be drawing from reference photos of their choice. Bring five photos to class for a selection.
Instructor Sharon Stadther has been drawing her whole life. Her artistic education started at an early age and became much more focused in high school where she was submerged in all mediums available.
She has been trained by great artists throughout her life, including at the College of Art & Design in Oakland, California, and at the Atelier in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stadther’s artistic philosophy is based in a strong belief, adhering to the fundamentals of design coupled with the elements of art. All works of art either abstract or contemporary must possess these fundamental elements to have any lasting effect.
The techniques she employs in her paintings are old school and serve her philosophy well. Stadther hopes to accomplish a lasting body of work that is sensitive, beautiful and dynamic.