Tag Archive: drawing

Figure Drawing Open Studio

Mondays, 10am–1pm, drop in only ongoing, email to register

 

Coordinators: Ellen Borison & Lee Berry

These open model sessions offer participants the opportunity to practice drawing from the nude model without instruction.

Some prior figure drawing experience is helpful. Participants must supply their own papers and drawing materials. Drawing benches and easels are available for your …

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Plein Air Picnic

Saturday, May 20, 12pm–4pm

Facilitator: Rebecca Morrissey

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon painting at Lake Sammamish State Park. We’ll provide easels, art boards, picnic blankets, al fresco dining and good company for this “plein air” art event. Bring your art supplies of choice and the rest is done for you.

All art mediums welcome! …

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Summer Art Camps at artEAST 2017

DIVE INTO CREATIVITY THIS SUMMER with our Art Camps for kids & teens at artEAST in downtown Issaquah. Morning & afternoon camps available in a variety or art forms. See below for details and registration.

AM Camps run from 9am to noon, PM camps run from 1pm to 4pm.

June 26–30 (ages 11–17) AM

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Youth Comicbook Summer Camp

Monday–Friday 9am–12pm, July 5–July 7 (3 days only) Ages 7-11

Instructor: Benjamin Wills

BANG! POW! ZAP! Comics are a central piece of modern art and storytelling. This three day youth camp will equip students with the superpowers necessary to tell a sequential story, bringing their imagination to life in the world of comics!

Campers will work …

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Teen Illustration Summer Camp

Monday–Friday 9am–12pm, July 17 – July 21 Ages 11-17

Instructor: Benjamin Wills

To illustrate is to exemplify a concept, to make an idea visible to better understand it. Illustration has historically been used as a decoration, interpretation or visual explanation of a text, concept or process. Illustrations are generally intended for published media, such as …

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Teen Multi-Media Drawing Summer Camp

Monday–Friday 1pm–4pm, July 24– July 28 Ages 11-17

Instructor: Benjamin Wills

Drawing skills are the core of any two-dimensional artist’s ability. Whether you’re an experienced artist or novice, this camp will allow you to expand your abilities over the course of the week.

Spend your afternoons drawing in various media, increasing and honing your innate drawing skills. Includes a …

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Youth Drawing Summer Camp

Monday–Friday 1pm–4pm, July 31 – August 4 Youth Ages 7–11

Instructor: Ekta Gupta

Learn the elements of drawing in this camp designed to bring out the creative artist in everyone. No drawing experience or expertise necessary. Instruction will be tailored to suit each individual’s skill level.

Ekta Gupta has more than 13 years of teaching experience in …

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Colored Pencil Drawing Camps

Monday–Friday 1pm–4pm, August 7 – August 11 Ages: 7-11 or Monday–Friday 9am12pm, August 14 – August 18 Ages: 11-17

Instructor: Ekta Gupta

Remember the joy of opening a new box of color pencils? The possibilities seemed endless. Come relive that feeling this summer. Spend a week (or two) with us and learn how to …

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Teen Illustration

Mondays, beginning March 6–May 29 4:30–6pm monthly registration

Instructor: Benjamin Wills

To illustrate is to exemplify a concept, to make an idea visible to better understand it. Illustration has historically been used as a decoration, interpretation or visual explanation of a text, concept or process. Illustrations are generally intended for published media, such as posters, flyers, …

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Colored Pencil Drawing Class

Thursdays, 12–1:30pm, March 9–June 8 monthly registration

Instructor: Ekta Gupta

Remember the joy that a new box of colored pencils filled you with, as a child? Come experience the same thrill while learning additional techniques to use this versatile, portable and easily accessible medium. No drawing experience or expertise necessary.

Each month we will focus …

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Colored Pencil for Teens

Thursdays, 4:30–6pm, January 5–June 8 monthly registration Ages: 11-17

Instructor: Ekta Gupta

Remember the joy of opening a new box of color pencils? The possibilities seemed endless. Come relive that feeling this winter. Spend your Thursdays learning how to use this versatile, portable and easily accessible medium. No drawing experience or expertise necessary. Instruction will …

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Youth Art Workshop Series

Fridays, January 6–June 94–5:30pm monthly registration

Instructor: Benjamin Wills

It’s no secret – kids love art! Painting and drawing stimulate creativity, teach patience through perseverance, and enrich the academic lives of young people.

Expose young artists to new theories and concepts such as color theory, composition, perspective, sight measuring, and proportion from the first day, and …

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Youth Art Workshop Series

Fridays, September 9–December 16, 4–6pm monthly registration

Instructor: Jason Liekhus

It’s no secret – kids love art! Painting and drawing stimulate creativity, teach patience through perseverance, and enrich the academic lives of young people.

Instructor Jason Liekhus will expose young artists to new theories and concepts such as color theory, composition, perspective, sight measuring, and …

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Expressive Drawing: Lines, Marks & Shapes

Mondays, December 5 & 12, 6–9pm (2 sessions)

Instructor: Gail Baker

Ever wanted to try drawing but felt it was too daunting? Join Gail Baker and learn to create marks and shapes in new and engaging ways. Together we will use black and white house paint, big charcoal, sticks, and colorful oil …

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Monique Catino

Mutlidisciplinary art

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Ekta Gupta

Colored pencils, graphite, acrylics, photography

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Juliette Fiessinger

Certified Zentangle teacher

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The Art of Silliness: Imaginary Creature Drawing

Tuesday, July 30, 12–3pm

Facilitator: Carla Sonheim Location: Issaquah Train Depot

Carla Sonheim, a popular teacher and illustrator, shares quirky, lively, interactive exercises to awaken the creative spirit in anyone. Find and create your own zoo of imaginary creatures from random watercolor marks, blobs of paint, sidewalk cracks, peeling paint and …

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Chalk Art Fest

Tuesday, July 30, 12–5pm

Location: Issaquah Community Center

Take your time in creating your sidewalk chalk masterpiece! All entries will be judged at 5:00 PM and winners will be announced at 6:00 PM before the Concert on the Green. Sidewalk space is available on a first-come, first-served basis! Arrive early to …

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Art at the Zoo

Thursday, August 1, 10am–1pm and 2–4pm

Facilitators: Ellen Borison and Lee Berry

Bring your pencils, pads and paints (and a picnic) and spend the day at beautiful Cougar Mountain Zoo. There are options for everyone, from Figure Drawing to Animal Sketching to Plein Air vistas. Participants are welcome to make the most of …

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