Hayley Norton Gold Key Drawing & Illustration Subtractive Portrait
Judy Cassady Silver Key Drawing & Illustration Subtractive Portrait
Angeline Castillo Honorable Mention Drawing & Illustration Subtractive Self-Portrait
Julia Wilen Honorable Mention Drawing & Illustration Subtractive Self Portrait
Where folds in fabric meet portraiture…
Interview with the Artist:
Thank you Crystal and Judy for taking the color wheel to the next level!
There is a science behind colors that “work well” together.
This diagram is a starting explaination of a few such scheme categories.
Today the Drawing and Painting students used the exercise below to get to know each other.
After engaging in the exercise for two minutes, they created blind contour drawings of each other
Drawing and Painting students have been engaging in exercises to help them better understand the functions of the left vs. the right side of the brain, and how they can make that work for them when they are drawing. Below is a classic…face, vase drawing!
Also on the list – upside down drawings and blind contours.
Time to quiet that left brain down!
Google Classroom code: j2zfm8m
Remind 101 code: 7f6958
As artists, we are often our biggest critics.
We might worry about whether we are good enough, or what others around us think about our work.
As we start this new school year, I encourage you to TRY.
You will never know what you are capable unless you TRY.
You will never grow, unless you are willing to leave your comfort zone and TRY.
There are no mistakes, only experiences to learn and grow from.
So get out of your way, and let’s get started!