Drawing with Color

We usually think of drawing with lines. In this class, we’ll focus on color shapes to help us understand and draw what we see. We will learn about color mixing, using warm and cool colors to create volume, separating objects, and creating space by showing differences in value and issues of composition. We’ll concentrate on the strength that color gives to our drawing, using your choice of pastels, oil pastels, or colored pencils. Some drawing experience is useful but not necessary. Instructor: Ellen Stutman

Sections

COLO-FA19.01

Start Date

September 17, 2019

Time

5:30pm

Location

CCAE

Cost

$335.00

Availability

0

10 Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30pm. Begins September 17.

Bring an 11"x14" (approximate size) sketchbook and color of your choice. Oil pastel, pastel, or colored pencils.

Instructors: Ellen Stutman

Instructor

Ellen Stutman

Ellen Stutman is primarily a landscape painter and works with oils, oil pastel and ink. She has a B.F.A. in Painting from the Kansas City Art Institute; and M.F.A.s in Painting and Art Education from Boston University. She has taught at CCAE for many years, such introductory courses as "Painting as Self-Expression," "Who Says You Can't Draw?" and "Sculptural Play," with an emphasis on process rather than product.