CANCELLED Workshop: Transparent Challenge: How To Draw Glass

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Event:
CANCELLED Workshop: Transparent Challenge: How To Draw Glass
Date:
June 16, 2018 10:30 am
Cost:
$75 Museum Members, $85 non-members (includes materials)
Venue:
Asheville Art Museum On the Slope
Phone:
828.253.3227 x122
Address:
175 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC, 28801, United States

CLASSES & WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS
The Museum offers behind-the-scenes classes and hands-on workshops for adults. Classes, designed for anyone interested in learning more about specific topics, explore art and the art world. Local and visiting artists help students of all levels and abilities develop skills in media that reflect techniques and themes featured in special exhibitions and the Museum’s Collection.


Workshop: Transparent Challenge: How To Draw Glass
JUNE 16 — Saturday, 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $75 Museum Members, $85 non-members (includes materials)
Level: All levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced)

This workshop has been cancelled. For more information, please call 828.253.3227 x122.

Drawing glass can seem like a daunting challenge; since we know it’s “invisible,” what is there to draw? The correct approach is to draw what we see, not what we think is there. This workshop not only teaches techniques for drawing transparent or shiny objects, but provides a lesson on learning to see like an artist. Create drawings in user-friendly pencil, one of the most beautiful drawing media known. Practice techniques in the classroom the first half of the workshop, then venture into the gallery to draw glass artworks on view in our current exhibition Red Hot in the Blue Ridge.

Instructor Pamela Lanza has an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Before relocating to Asheville, she taught at UC Berkeley Extension’s Post-Baccalaureate Art Studio program and San Francisco Art Institute for 20 years. Her artwork has been exhibited at the Graduate Theological Union (Berkeley), UNC Asheville, Florida State University, California Institute of Integral Studies, and Stanford University.

Planned in conjunction with Red Hot in the Blue Ridge.