Being able to visualize your ideas in 3D can be a valuable skill for the architect or designer. This clinic is will to give you the tools to understand linear perspective and apply it quickly and effectively to your designs and ideas with freehand sketching and color.
Whether you are new to perspective drawing or just need a refresher, I would love to bring this workshop to your office.
Easy Steps to Creating Perspective in Art Visual Arts 4 weeks: January 9, 23, 30, February 6 (no class on January 16) Mondays, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
While learning perspective theory and perspective drawing, we will cover the basics of one, two and three point perspective. We will develop quick freehand skills and photoperspective and photography to incorporate perspective into images and designs. We will emphasize working from the imaginative world while we demystify and simplify perspective and make art and designs technically accurate and pleasing to the eye. Materials fee: Less than $10 for a sketch book, pencils, eraser and tracing paper.
Jim Stilwell (email@example.com) has worked as an architectural illustrator and artist since 1978 with a successful association with architects, designers, ad agencies and corporations. Currently
semi-retired and engaged in architectural projects as well as fine arts, Jim enjoys teaching workshops and mentoring through his educational website.
Please look for info when this class will be offered in the future.
Perspective Theory for Artists to help you understand how to apply perspective to your images. I take old school theory and apply it to new school techniques. This workshop is interactive and lots of fun.
This workshop is held at Zapow Art Gallery in downtown Asheville, NC several times a year.
I can also bring this clinic to your organization by appointment.
For more Info or a date for the next workshop please contact Jim Stilwell
Story Art is currently in session at the Charles George VA Medical Center in Asheville, NC.
Architects and Artists
For more information on Quick & Easy Architectural Sketching Techniques Worshop please contact Jim Stilwell