Drawing Realism: How to Draw Stone/Statue in Graphite
June 14-17, Wednesday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Early Bird (until May 12) - $425 LAAG members / $475 nonmembers
Regular - $475 LAAG members / $525 nonmembers
To register contact Betty Gravois at or 732-216-1095
We all talk about how we would like to improve our drawing skills. This workshop will do that. You already have most of the supplies! This four day workshop focuses on using a limited number of graphite pencils and techniques to create different textures, inserting a bird from a different reference picture, how to re-size smaller objects to fit larger ones. We'll be using a few colored pencils to draw a bird onto the stone/statue. Sign-up now and don't let this unique opportunity slip through your fingers.
A small set of Faber Castell Polychromos: light flesh, burnt ochre, cold grey I and III, black and white
You can find another set here: Amazon.
Contact Maureen Killaby for more information about supplies: mkillaby@suddenlink.
Maureen Killaby is a professional artist from Oregon and Washington State, who moved to Lindale, Texas in 2004. She taught art classes at Tyler Junior College School of Continuing Studies from 2006-2013. Her passion for art began years ago with oil glaze paintings for fun and in recent years grew to include pencil art. She has spent many hours studying the history and the old master's art.
Maureen picked up the pencil and painting as a hobby and quickly became obsessed with graphite and now is a full time artist and teacher. Maureen teaches graphite, oil painting and colored pencil classes for adults as well as two After School Art Programs. Maureen Killaby has been an award-winning artist in every River Road Show between 2011 and 2014.