Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
Ever wished you could improve your observational skills and “see” the world in a more artistic way? Learning to use right-brain mode will enhance your creativity and allow you to draw things you never thought you were capable of.
Understand how to use right-brain mode to enhance your creative side and be in the moment through your art and daily life. Each week we explore different themes including perspective, portraits, proportions, tone and much more through a wide variety of subjects. This course is excellent for beginners or as a creative boost if you haven t drawn for a while.
- $245.00 (inc GST)
- Sonja Barfoed
- CIT Bruce
- Wednesday 24 Jul 2013
- 6.30pm - 9.00pm
- 6 Sessions of 2.5 hrs
- 28 Aug 2013
Introduction – Why faces?
Nonverbal language of art
Comparing right and left mode
Experiencing the shift – Vase/face – Baroque vase – Upside down drawing
Your history as an artist – memories and symbols
Review of right brain
Bypassing the symbol system – Pure contour drawing imaging
Meeting edges with contour – modified contour drawing
The positive aspects of negative space
Drawing using a viewfinder
Seeing light drawing shade
Materials to bring to all classes: At least 5 lead pencils of varying grades from HB to 5B, grey kneadable eraser, 1 x A4 drawing pad or diary (up to 150gsm) , and 1 x A3 drawing pad.