Drawing Workshop Series with Frazer Campbell-May 20, May 27, and June 3
This is a series for beginners or any artist that needs a refresher on drawing. In this 3 week series, you will gain a solid foundation and understanding of the basics of drawing.
Class 1, May 20th, 12pm-3pm Blocking out shapes: In this class, we will experiment with charcoal and pencil to draw from life and to draw from a photograph using a grid. Half of the class will be spent practicing with graphite and the other half in charcoal.
Class 2, May 27th, 12pm-3pm Tones and Shading Class: This class will focus on refraction, shading, and texture. We will learn about the value scale and different shading methods. We will experiment shading with both charcoal and graphite
Class 3, June 3rd, 12pm-3pm Putting it all together. In this class, we will put together our ability to draw overall compositions and shade within those compositions. Each student will draw with the medium of their choice (charcoal or graphite) for the final class.
About the Instructor
Frazer Campbell is born and raised in Memphis and a recent graduate of Vanderbilt. She currently teaches AP sculpture at Hutchison School. She believes that anyone and everyone can be a great artist, especially a great drawer if they learn the right methods. She has a passion for helping others grow in not only their artistic abilities but also their confidence as an artist.