• Refund requests must be made in writing to Heather Borsellino at Heather@AGB.life at least a week before the first class.
• Due to limited space, all artwork must be taken home at the end of each class.
• Pottery is the exception – pieces in process can be stored for the duration of the course but must be picked up 2 weeks after the final class.
This course is designed to teach you how to build a drawing from the first few strokes up to a solid composition. Drawing can be challenging, for sure, but once you understand the process and how to get started, you will never again be intimidated by the blank page.
Dry media (pencil, charcoal, conté)
Wet media (ink, pens, brushes) kneaded eraser
For the first class bring a pencil, an eraser, and something to draw on. We’ll discuss the rest of the materials then.
Art Gallery of Burlington – 1333 Lakeshore Rd. Burlington – 905.632.7796 x307 – AGB.life
About the AGB
The Art Gallery of Burlington is Burlington's public art gallery and community art centre. We are a place of intersection where creators, cultures and communities meet and share in the wealth of human creativity.
We acknowledge that the land where we are located is part of the ancient Dish With One Spoon Treaty and also the Brant Tract Purchase, Treaty No. 3 3/4 of 1795, 1797 and 2010, and we are grateful to the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and the Six Nations of the Grand River for sharing this territory with us.
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