Tween/Teen Art: Drawing What You See - CCECS Non-Credit Class
Date(s): Sep 10-Nov 5, M 4:30pm-6:30pm
Location: [Hilo] UH Hilo Campus, PB-5
Please call (808) 932-7830 to register.
This course is designed to instill confidence by teaching artists the difference between “looking” and “seeing”. Students will learn techniques to develop skill and efficiency with sketching, and create more “realistic” images through still-life, dramatic lighting, and other drawing techniques. This course will cover the fundamentals of drawing such as: line and contour, positive and negative space, proportion, shading, and texture, etc. Students will practice through a variety of drawing exercises like Blind Contour, and Foreshortening Perspective. This course exposes the learning artist to the joys of drawing while nurturing personal expression and creativity. Ages 12-15. No class 10/8/18. Meet Jessica Brand: Jessica Brand is a graduate of Hawaii Community College and University of Hawaii-Hilo with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art. A life-long artist and social advocate, Jessica has worked with children and adults for many years through the YMCA, Kamehameha schools, Girl Scouts of America, and Catholic Charities Hawaii. Jessica’s abilities to create and educate include a variety of media such as pen and ink, watercolor, oils, acrylics, print and paper making, sculpture (clay, porcelain, ceramic, wood, etc.), and more.
Instructor(s): Jessica Brand.