DRAWING ZOOM WORKSHOPS
Drawing & Composition
November 14 & 21, 2020
10:00 – 12:00 p.m. ET
In this workshop, students will develop skills in drawing a still life from observation. Topics include; sighting, edge quality, lighting, and composition by setting the scale and using inherent geometry. The goal of the workshop is to build awareness of decision making when drawing from observation.
Prior to workshop, students will set up a table with still life.
Day 1 – Students will develop skills in sighting proportions, angles and relationships within thumbnails. Students will discern hard, soft and lost edges
Day 2 – Participants will experience different formats and inherent geometry and practice drawing and composing from observation in larger format.
- Participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone. It’s easy! Download here.
- Participants must have reliable internet access and a computer or phone with sound recording and web-cam capabilities to participate.
- Students are responsible for supplying workshop materials.
- Once registered, students will receive a video meeting code along with simple ZOOM instructions.
- Features live demonstration and the ability to ask Kiki questions. Participants will receive a recorded demonstration to use for up to two weeks.
Farish is known for her emotive pencil paintings, conjuring moments of clarity amid the ambiguity of grays. The youngest of four siblings raised in sunny Jacksonville, Florida, during the 60s, she remembers the scary shadow cast by the Cuban Missile Crisis. She continues to wear her elementary school dog tag, a reminder that life is fleeting. After college she joined her parents in renovating her father’s North Carolina ancestral home, Oakforest. As the ninth generation to live there, she puts her faith in continuance through generations. She draws flowers and other organics, often past their prime, with great tenderness, portraying tiny delicate details next to harsh aggressive marks in pools of contradictions.