Art in Conservation @ Cibolo Center for Conservation, Boerne
Art in Conservation: Drawing from Nature
"Observing the natural world is like allowing your eyes to draw what you see without using a pencil, as you carefully follow the outlines of the shapes, textures, and details. The Art of Drawing is simply a form of mark-making. With the practice of the basic skills; of blind contour, proportion, value, and detail, we learn to draw what we see through our interpretation. We develop a new awareness and appreciation of the natural beauty in the world around us.
Jeannette is a graduate of Parsons School of Art in NYC and is an instructor at Southwest School of Art in San Antonio, Texas, for 30 years. Most recently, she served as the Curator/Instructor at Intermezzo Gallery. She is accomplished in drawing and painting in various media, and her art work is widely collected. As a professional artist and art educator, she finds great inspiration and joy in sharing her methods and experiences with those ready to tap into their own dreams of self-expression through art exploration."
$50 per class, advance registration preferred. Class is limited to 10 people, ages 12 and up. Limited supplies will be available for first time participants.