Creative Approaches to Drawing: Wet and Dry Media
This online course features the following types of interaction:
- Live meetings
- Live critiques
Discover the possibilities of working with dry and water-based materials. Dry media includes pencil, colored pencils, China marker. For wet media we use: watercolor, gouache, acrylics, etc. as well as interesting mediums such as Pe masking fluid and gesso. Gain skills in a variety of techniques, then experiment with mixing mediums in non-traditional ways, to achieve unique visual results. Watercolor techniques (wet on wet, glazing, drybrush) will also be covered in the workshop. This hands-on class is for beginners and more experienced students. All levels welcome.
This class will be held remotely utilizing videoconferencing with Zoom for course introduction and discussion of each day’s project, availability during class via Zoom for questions and feedback, PowerPoint slide shows and demos.
You should have adequate workspace at home or elsewhere with work table (easel optional).
Internet access for videoconferencing and email.
Ability to photograph your work to submit via email.
Creative Approaches to Drawing: Wet and Dry Media is also being offered on another date and time. View Creative Approaches to Drawing: Wet and Dry Media (NC926-01) for details.
Yo Ahn Han is a visual artist (painter), originally from the Republic of Korea, whose work has been shown internationally, in the United States, South Korea, and the Netherlands. Recent solo shows include “My Princess, Bari” at ART MORA Gallery in New York and “Dreaming Universe” at the Institute of Russian Healing Arts in Boston. … Read more