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Sale Dates- The dates when this option is available for purchase.
Goes On Sale: March 26, 2018 10:00 am
Sales End: April 6, 2018 6:00 pm
Access- This option allows access to the following dates and times.
- Saturdays 1:30pm-4:30PM
April 7, 2018 - April 28, 2018
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Event Phone: 760-688-6147
Many aspiring artists understand that drawing is fundamental to painting, but still struggle to learn the basics of good draftsmanship. Applying these skills to the practice of painting can be even more daunting. In this class, you will focus on using a painterly approach to charcoal to learn the basics of drawing in a way that translates readily to painting. Each week will focus on different subjects that will gradually build in complexity to keep you challenged and engaged in the learning process. This 4-week class is ideal for beginner to intermediate students, and no painting or drawing experience is required. Enrolled students will receive a syllabus prior to class.
If you have any questions please contact us at director@CarlsbadArtFarm.com.
Instructor: Catherine Bobkoski
Series Class Dates (Saturdays): April 7, 14, 21, 28
Level: Beginning and Intermediate. Class is limited to 10 students.
Materials: You may purchase a starter materials kit directly from us for $35 or bring your own supplies. If buying materials from us please bring a check or cash to the first class. We do not take credit cards on site.
If ordering your own supplies, you should be able to order everything from dickblick.com, or visit the Dick Blick store or Artists and Craftsman in San Diego. If ordering online, do so soon so your materials arrive on time. The supply list is:
Paper: Strathmore 400 series Drawing Paper 14” x 17” Pad or Canson Classic Cream Drawing 14” x 17” pad
Charcoal: Vine or Willow Charcoal – thin sticks (preferred brands: Coates, Winsor & Newton); Nitram Academie Fusains Charcoal – H and B; *Pentalic Woodless Charcoal Pencil – H or Hard (*very nice to have but hard to find. OK to substitute alternate charcoal pencil brand such as Generals. Just be certain its a harder charcoal like “H” or “HB”).
Erasers: kneaded eraser; Faber-Castell Perfection Eraser Pencil.
Tools: Blending Stumps and Tortillons; sand paper block; single-edge razor blades; medium-size oil painting brushes (Robert Simmons Signet brushes preferred)
Optional: Paper Mate Tuff Stuff Eraser Stick (pricey but nice to have).
Wait List: If the class is full, ask to join our wait list by emailing director@CarlsbadArtFarm.com.
Venue: Carlsbad Art Farm
Venue Phone: 760-688-6147Address: