Sketching Animals – 1pm to 4pm

The world around us is in constant motion, and capturing this movement is the artist’s dilemma. In this class, a series of briskly paced exercises will keep us on our toes and help us stay loose while drawing. We’ll let go of the need to create a perfect product and instead dive into the beauty of unfinished sketches that capture the flick of a jackrabbit’s ear or the path of a bird through the air. Graphite and ink.

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Details

All levels welcome!

20% Member discount

Date: 01/19/2020

Time: 1pm-4pm

Price: $75

Class availability limitations: None

Instructor

 Saraiya Kanning

Saraiya Kanning

Saraiya Kanning is a visual artist and creative writer with a passion for plants, animals, and ecology. She works in a variety of mediums, including ink, watercolor, and silk painting. Some of her favorite projects include watercolor journaling in Rocky Mountain National Park and Canyon de Chelly, illustrating Sonoran Desert flora and fauna through silk painting, and silk painting mountain landscapes on scarves. In the classroom, Saraiya seeks to cultivate an atmosphere of mutual support and friendship while inspiring curiosity and joy through art making. View Saraiya’s art at raebirdcreations.com.

This class is presented in partnership with The Drawing Studio: https://thedrawingstudiotds.org/