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Fundamental Drawing Part II

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Ages

16 - 18+ yrs

Dates

Wed, Jul 21, 2021 - Aug 11, 2021

4 classes
Time

1:00pm - 3:00pm PDT

Instructor

Rebeca G.

Capacity

12 students


Class Experience

La maestra habla español.


If you can block-in and measure the proportions of objects, it's time to learn about light and shadow, perspective, and surface treatments during this four-week class. We will draw still lives with objects found around the house, and discuss our work. All students will receive individual feedback.


Materials List:


- Soft drawing pencil, any brand, 4B or 6B
- Plastic eraser for pencil, the kind that does not leave marks
- Soft vine charcoal - smallest package
- Kneaded rubber eraser for charcoal
- A large sized pad of newsprint paper, 12" x 16" or larger. Other types of paper are also fine


Notes, handouts and related videos will be available to students via Classroom, a Google storage space.

Notes

Experience Level: Some Drawing Experience Recomended


How To Participate

Attend class via Zoom video

This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.

Reviews

4.8 out of 5

Based on 8 activity ratings

Phoebe T.

Mar 3, 2021

Loved:

Rebeca's instruction is well planned and the pacing is good. I appreciate the seriousness of her approach to teaching. The class is work and sometimes difficult. She is there to give extra help when needed.

Fundamental Drawing Part II
Location: Online | Instructor: Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez

PAMELA D.

Feb 18, 2021

Loved:

Rebecca is very competent, encouraging, friendly and willing to put in extra hours.

Improvements:

Twice a week?

Fundamental Drawing Part II
Location: Online | Instructor: Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez

elizabeth a.

Dec 8, 2020

Loved:

instructor's excellent patience! clear and concise instruction, advice, feedback...love the entire experience. good support materiels,,,,

Improvements:

i don't know, can't think of anything

Fundamental Drawing Part II
Location: Online | Instructor: Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez

Nadia S.

Dec 3, 2020

Loved:

All the different subjects needed to draw better and the teacher’s demonstrations. Also how the teacher prepared the course. She’s very organized and the extra material she offers is great. Her explanations are very clear and she is patient and willing to go over something that is not clear yet.

Improvements:

Sometimes the teacher repeats an activity and/or models again and that becomes tedious. I think she assumes that it is not totally clear what she’s showing so she starts again the same thing. I would appreciate if she asks first and if only 2-3 students don’t get it, maybe leave the last minutes of the class for those that need more help? This way the rest of us can move ahead . That’s my only feedback for impro. I love my teacher and I think she’s great and I want to continue working with her.

Fundamental Drawing Part II
Location: Online | Instructor: Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez

Judith D.

Dec 3, 2020

Loved:

Rebeca is very organized and skilled in all respects. The online material is comprehensive. The Zoom lessons are clear and exactly what I need. She always takes comments and questions. She gives helpful feedback by pointing out what is working for me and what I need to improve. Clearly, Rebeca spent a lot of time gathering resources to share with the class. Simply put, she is an extraordinary teacher. Plus, she has a sense of humor!

Improvements:

Can't think of anything!

Fundamental Drawing Part II
Location: Online | Instructor: Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez

About Richmond Art Center

Richmond Art Center is the largest visual arts center in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area, delivering exciting arts experiences to people of all ages who reflect the diverse richness of our community. We do this through onsite Studio classes and Exhibitions, and offsite Art in the Community programs.The Richmond Art Center originated in 1936, when local artist Hazel Salmi, who worked for the WPA, traversed the streets of Richmond with a suitcase packed with art supplies, eager to teach art to anyone interested. Today, everything we do at the Center continues to breathe life into Salmi’s original vision: That within every person lives an artist.

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