The Adirondack Art Association organizes several workshops every year. Coming up is a workshop called “Basic Drawing and Color Relationships.”
If you’re a beginner or just interested in learning some of the art basics, then this particular art workshop may be the one for you! Who knows, it could start you on a new career path, or at least give you a fun new hobby.
Where: St. John’s Episcopal Church, School Street, Essex, NY
When: July 11 & 12, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (with a break for lunch)
Cost: $75 per participant
What Exactly Is This Workshop?
Join John Cullen for a two-day workshop using the time-tested “block-in” method of drawing, a structured approach working from still-life set-ups. In addition there will be thorough grounding in color theory and color usage. Students need no prior basic skills.
Supplies: 18X24 newsprint drawing pad, 6B or ebony drawing pencil, kneaded eraser, box of soft chalk pastels (24) and a single-edged blade for sharpening. A drawing board (20X26) is desirable, brown wrapping paper is optional. (Adirondack Art Association)
If you want to attend, then please send payment to John Cullen at 743 Trout Pond Road, Keeseville, NY 12944.
For more information: ask at the Gallery (the old firehouse in Essex!) or you can contact John Cullen at 518-834-6061 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to keep an eye out for future workshops and other events put on by the Adirondack Art Association that you may enjoy! Follow the organization on Twitter for updates.