Teens - Doodle Like An Artist with D. Lisa West
Thu Jul 22 2021 at 01:00 pmUTC-07:00
The Vera Project | Seattle, WA
July 22nd & 29th 1pm - 2pm online
August 5th & 6th 1pm - 3pm in-person at Vera Project (Seattle Center)
Students should plan to attend all sessions. Push/Pull is not able to provide transportation, but there are bus stops very close to The Vera Project. Information on PPE protocols and other details will be sent after registration.
Class is free, limited to 10 students. Sign ups end July 15th or when class is full. Students will receive a class kit with all needed supplies via USPS.
Have you always wanted to be able to draw freely?
Do you crave a moment to calm your mind and allow your imagination to flow?
In the Doodle Like An Artist courses you'll learn a variety of techniques for drawing, doodling, and breaking out of artist's block and self-limitation.
The opportunity to expand your creativity and open your imagination is invaluable.
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Doodling can reduce stress and improve memory — and it’s fun! In this playful and exploratory class, you’ll learn a variety of drawing exercises that spur creativity. Doodling is making something just for the fun of it. Come and play with us!
The class includes some creativity and drawing exercises, including info from teacher and illustrator, Lynda Barry. This course covers the basics of doodling and starts building your skill and joy. We will consider how doodling helps with creativity and memory, as well as developing your observational drawing skills. In this playful and exploratory class, you’ll learn a variety of drawing techniques that spur creativity. You’ll experiment with the various types of marks that can be made with pens, pencils (graphite & water soluble), and ink, and how those marks behave on different types of paper. You’ll leave the class with all the tools you need to confidently doodle — and even doodle in public!
As an artist who doodles daily, I'll teach you how the practice of drawing can be a meditation.
I draw in meetings, on newspapers and magazines. In this interactive and meditative class we experiment with making marks on papers using traditional and non-traditional materials.
I'm an artist in Seattle who doodles everyday and loves to share that passion with others. It's a great way to relax. No pressure to make anything perfect, in fact, the less perfect the better.