Instructor: Sandi Cirillo
- Tuesday May 22, 2018
- 9:30 am to 3:00 pm
- Materials fee
- Bring a bag lunch
Did you know that drawing is the oldest form of written communication and is a great leisure activity? In this class, you’ll learn how to create a good composition using techniques such as shading, contrast, perspective, texture, etc. You will be experimenting with different drawings materials, too, so you can see which ones you like the best (or the least). Drawing landscapes and still lifes will be part of this class and maybe even a little figure drawing. As spring approaches and we desire to get out into our environment, this class will help you hone your drawing skills so you can visually record any observations you see. All supplies will be provided. Bring your enthusiasm and a desire to learn
Materials fee: $8.00 per student to be collected when class starts.
Class limit of 15
Sandi Cirillo , a retired art educator, has been teaching drawing, fiber and art history classes at Senior College for 5 years now. She is an accomplished fiber artist who gives workshops in various media all over the Northeast and North Carolina, working with various arts organizations and businesses. Influences for her artwork come from her love of hiking and photographing the natural world and from her love of the beauty of coastal Maine. Sandi’s artwork is featured on her website, as well as a listing of the workshops she teaches at her Searsport studio and at other venues.