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Cynthia Heniser

Linda Wiegman

I just finished a Beginning Drawing class. The students in this class worked so hard and improved so much. Everyone did their homework and that makes a big difference. They began the class by learning to turn off their left brains and work with the feeling side of the brain. They drew with one continuous line for a week and a half. Above, the top drawing is a portrait drawn blind with one continuous line. The portrait below it was also drawn with one continuous line but while looking at the paper and model.

Diana Adkins2

They learned how to see and draw negative space in order to describe a positive shape.

Darlene Gensic5

They learned perspective.

Pamela Ropek2

They learned to grid a photo reference.

John Glasgow4

Cynthia Heniser3

They learn to make marks and find three values to describe their subjects.

Emily Simpson

Linda Wiegman5

They learned to draw self portraits.

If you would like to view more of their work click here.

You can also scroll to the top of this page and click on Beginning Drawing: Spring 2018.

I also completed a session in Advanced Watercolor.

Beth Akey3

Janet Heffley4

Nancy Longmate

Judy Notestine

Jan Reche4

Above are examples of paintings created by watercolor artists in the Advanced Watercolor class. I serve only as a mentor or to introduce a new paper or technique if I find one. There is a critique session at the end of every class. The artists are asked to be creative and to try to finish 3 paintings in a six week period of time. If you would like to view all of their work you can scroll to the top of the page and click on Advanced Watercolor: Winter 2018 or click here.

Thank you to all my students for sharing their work here!

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2 Comments

  1. Fantastic work. What a talented group of students with a talented teacher!

  2. I so enjoy viewing the work of your students and their progress.


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