As part of my personal growth in 2022, I am taking an intermediate drawing class at the Rivers School in Weston, Massachusetts. The class is taught by Jeff Nesbit. Our third project was charcoal skulls.
As part of my personal growth in 2022, I am taking an intermediate drawing class at the Rivers School in Weston, Massachusetts. The class is taught by Jeff Nesbit. Our second project was to draw a still life in charcoal.
I am learning to use charcoal. Mr. Nisbet is teaching me.
Roz Stendahl’s week animal homework in the online Beginning class — offered by the Sketchbook School — an assignment was to draw at a natural history museum. Instead I dug up some bones at the school where I work. I found this skull bone in the “junk to draw” bin in the 8th grade artContinue reading “Animal Skulls”
I commit to produce at least one drawing per day EVERY day for a year —365 days in a row — varying my materials, my location, and my thinking. My sources for direction and inspiration are the Sketchbook School One Drawing A Day online class ( https://sketchbookskool.com/kourses/a-drawing-a-day ) and One Drawing A day, a 6Continue reading “One Drawing a Day”
The last assignment in the sketchbook school’s course, Beginning, taught by artist Tommy Kane, is to take 3 hours to draw — in ink — and paint you kitchen. My lines are wonky. My colors are a bit off. I will revisit this assignment when I am better at perspective.
Zentangle are miniature abstract works of art, a collection of patterns not meant to represent anything. There are no mistakes in zentangle, no need for erasers. Anything is possible, one stroke at a time. Zentangle are usually done in pen. I used this set to practice tones in graphite.
Have you ever really looked at a piece of toast?
Before bed still life.