Sketchbook Archive

June Workshops: Sketch, Paint, & Photograph Your Way Into Summer

Ranging from five days long to just one, workshops are a perfect way to fit some art into your summer — or to craft your own staycation. Read more →

Watching (& Sketching) the John Singer Sargent Talk

For anyone who missed last week's lecture on John Singer Sargent, given by scholar Richard Ormond, we have good news! Read more →

Travel Workshop: Edinburgh Through the Eyes of the Artist

Art League instructor Robert Liberace has taken students to destinations including London, Rome, and Venice, but he says the upcoming travel workshop to Edinburgh, Scotland may outshine even those classic metropolises. “We’re going to have a great time,” Rob says. “We’ve been to a lot of great places but I think this one will Read more →

A Visit to the Open-Life Class

Upon first entering the Duke Street Annex of The Art League School, it’s easy to miss the Open Life classroom. The doors are disguised as part of a huge wall mural. Inside, the only lights are turned on a still nude model and the only sounds are those of purposeful strokes brushing against each Read more →

It’s Like a Concert Tour With Sketchbooks!

  The Sketchbook Project: 2011 The Brooklyn Art Library creates this project where artist can pay $25 to receive a Moleskin sketchbook to fill up and send back by January 15, 2011. Then the Brooklyn Art Library barcodes and if you want digitizes the sketchbooks so that the artist may see how many people Read more →