Travel Sketching with Kelley Aitken (4wk) Wednesdays 2-5pm March 20-April 10, 2024

C$210.00
Not Available
In this workshop we will cover some of the techniques for keeping an illustrated journal, sketching and painting techniques for keeping it fast and loose while drawing people, places and things during our travels.

Travel Sketching with Kelley Aitken

Wednesdays 2-5pm

March 20-April 10, 2024

In this workshop, we will cover some of the techniques for keeping an illustrated journal, sketching and painting techniques for keeping it fast and loose while drawing people, places and things during our travels. During our 4 week course, we will cover;

  • developing a travel kit
  • composition and page organization
  • scene framing and simplification
  • continuous contour
  • drawing the figure in motion
  • quick portraiture and caricature
  • architectural sketching and perspective
  • ink and wash
  • watercolour studies
  • drawing with markers and other materials

Materials not included, but ARTiculations student are offered a one time 20% off coupon that can be used towards your materials list! See Materials List Below

*This class requires 4 participants to run.

Materials List

About Kelley Aitken

Kelley Aitken is an author and artist. She has exhibited in Canada and Ecuador and has work in many private collections and is represented in the Canada Council Art Bank collection. Her work can be seen at www.kelleyaitken.com

Love in a Warm Climate, The Porcupine’s Quill, 1998 was nominated for Best First Book, the Commonwealth Prize. She co-edited First Writes, Banff Press, 2003. Current writing projects include a novel Dreaming of Tom Thomson, and a manuscript of essays, images and poetry about art, Drawing and Love.

Kelley has taught art for over 25 years, offering private classes and workshops, and running art programs for community-based agencies serving newcomers to Canada and women experiencing long-term poverty. She has taught surface design at Sheridan College and currently teaches drawing and writing programs in the collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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