Observational Drawing: Tools for Seeing and Constructing
Instructed by Leah Limpert Walt
Mapping the 3-dimensional into the 2-dimensional takes systems that sync the eye, the hand, and the drawing. During this 3-hour workshop, students will be taught material and observational techniques to help accurately depict the world around us when we draw from life. From the beginning, middle, and finishing stages, we’ll learn how to apply some tools representational artists have used for hundreds of years in their drawing process to create believable realism. Graphite will be the main material used in this workshop. Graphite pencils and paper will be provided, but bringing your favorite drawing tools is encouraged!
About the instructor:
Leah Limpert Walt is a representational painter living and working in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She studied at the University of Delaware, Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, and received her BFA from Pennsylvania College of Art and Design in Lancaster, graduating Summa Cum Laude with awards. She has shown in Philadelphia, New York City, and throughout the lower Susquehanna Valley.
Your Registration is your RSVP!
Contact Bonnie Mae Carrow by email at [email protected] for more information.
2 – 5 pm Saturday, August 6, 2022
Individual workshops are $30
The entire workshop series is $80
Museum Members receive an additional 10% discount