Contour! Drawing for Fun, not Angst

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Learn the basics about contour drawing, a fun and challenging way to draw.

Basics: You can't look at the drawing while you're drawing... so no pressure on the final outcome! Some are better than others!!!

Bring an item you would like to draw, and share with others... it could even be a shoe, a bowling pin, a flower, etc.... and a few mirrors will also be provided for self portraits. Time will be spent doing brief introductions, a short demo, and the majority of the time will be spent drawing. This will be nothing but fun, so leave your reservations at the door.

No pressure if you have great drawing skills or not. This class is about learning a new way to draw, or practicing your skills. Materials provided: charcoal, graphite, erasers, paper, mirrors. If you'd like to bring your own sketchbook or paper or drawing supplies you're welcome to do that too. The exact type and size of paper have not yet been chosen; if you have suggestions, comments or questions, please don't hesitate to contact me: rebecca[at]alicebluecollective.com

All around a sweet way to get creative, meet people and do something good for your right brain.

What to Bring

an object to draw

Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

yes, paper and drawing materials, but students are welcome to bring their own

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

Born in South St. Louis City, Rebecca has a knack for creativity. Not only a florist and upholsterer, Rebecca also spends time making clothing, cooking, and making art (including printmaking, photography, bookbinding, drawing, watercolor painting and more.) She also likes to find time to swim and ride her bike. One of her favorite movies is Permanent Vacation, directed by Jim Jarmusch.

EXPERIENCE REVIEWS

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    Vickey M.
    Reviewed on 09/24/14

    Rebecca was a great teacher, she had all the supplies we needed, also had extra art materials we could try out, pastels, charcoal sticks, etc. Also we could draw on newsprint and a sketch pad. She explained how contour drawing was done, and we started drawing. It was fun and challenging, getting out of your comfort zone. She gave advice on how to improve in a nice way, no pressure just fun. I would say go for it!

    Rebecca was a great teacher, she had all the supplies we needed, also had extra art materials we could try out, pastels, charcoal sticks, etc. Also we could draw on newsprint and a sketch pad. She explained how contour drawing was done, and we started drawing. It was fun and challenging, getting out of your comfort zone. She gave advice on how to improve in a nice way, no pressure just fun. I would say go for it!

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