drawing Archive

Beverly Ryan’s Drones Reappear

Artist and Art League instructor Beverly Ryan’s 'Drone Silhouette' seems to be suspended in air, blades whirling off the ground and ready to strike. We talked to Ryan about her process, her May 2018 Best in Show winning piece Drone Silhouette, and what makes her drone work tick. Read more →

Feeling the Way Around “Uncertainty”

We sat down with Jackie Saunders, winner of Best in Show for 2-D Figurative Work in the May Open Exhibit, to discuss her piece Uncertainty. Read more →

Photos from Yesterday’s Draw-a-Thon

On Thursday, we held a members-only Draw-a-Thon at The Art League. That means short-pose figure, long-pose portrait, and bring-your-own art materials. Read more →

Everybody’s Drawing on the Weekend

Drawing is the foundation of artistic study. This winter, make it the foundation of a weekend well spent! Read more →

What is Gesture Drawing? Find Out on Saturdays

The phrase might bring to mind a game of charades, but it's really all about "the essence of rhythm and movement," says John Murray, an Art League instructor who will be teaching Gesture Drawing this Fall. Read more →

Gods, Heroes & Fools Transplanted in Time

Bacchus stranded in a dry county. Oedipus working on Wall Street. Achilles wielding a rifle. Read more →