Create dynamic paintings through the contrast of line and wash. Whereas shape is well understood as an important compositional element, line is an oft-neglected element. In this workshop, students employ graphite, ink pen, rigger brush, crayon, or pastel to produce line elements together with watercolor washes to define shapes. Through the contrast of these two compositional features, one creates dynamic paintings. An ink pen is also a useful tool for sketching in a travel journal. Using a collection of his travel sketchbooks, the instructor demonstrates how efficiently ink and wash are for capturing travel memories.
This workshop is taught on the Zoom digital platform.
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