Thursday, March 18, 2021
Landscape is a wonderful subject for observational sketching. It provides opportunities to explore your environment and create exciting juxtapositions of natural and constructed forms. We’ll discuss how to select a composition, create a sense of depth and use a variety of marks to capture a dynamic variety of textures. All skill levels welcome.
This interactive workshop will take place on Zoom. Students will receive the meeting link via email one day prior to the workshop.
About the Instructor:
Erica Beade is a freelance illustrator and educator specializing in science, health and nature subjects. She began her freelance business, MBC Graphics, in 1998, and since then her work has appeared in numerous books, magazines, exhibits and research journals. The field of scientific illustration has allowed Erica to combine her interests in art, science and the natural world. She holds a B.A. in Studio Art (Drawing and Printmaking) from Wesleyan University and attended the Graphic Arts program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Erica has a long-standing passion for observational drawing and enjoys sharing that enthusiasm through her work with students of all ages. She has been teaching since 2002 at various venues, including the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the Arlington Center for the Arts. More information at: www.observationaldrawing.com.Register