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Pen & Ink: Drawing with Patterns with Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn #916

Images can be created using many different kinds of marks on paper. This class will focus on techniques of pen and ink drawing, including crosshatching, pointillism, and other pattern work. Students may choose to create traditional-style or abstracted drawings. Watercolor and gouache are also optional. Learning this useful skill will enhance your drawing abilities—whether you are a practicing artist or a visual or creative thinker!

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn
Day & Duration: Wednesdays, 3 weeks
February 11 – 25 / 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $95 ($119 nonmember)
Supply Fee: $10

Supply List

18 x 24” Bristol Paper, HB pencil, pencil
sharpener, kneaded eraser (optional: watercolor or gouache, brushes)

About the Teaching Artist

Megan McGlynn is a draughtsman and wood sculptor. She received her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and attended the design-oriented atelier pro-gram, Barnstone Studios. As a partner in Philadelphia-based design/build firm Dubinsky Forman & Associates, she works alongside architects and designers to render project ideas and build models. Her artwork is a clear combination of her classical art education, contemporary architecture, and science. meganmcglynn.com

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Perspective Drawing with Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn #917

Whether you’re creating a still life, landscape, or abstraction, understanding the rules of perspective will create new depths in your work. Perspective gives the impression of height, width, and depth in relation to other objects. In this class, students will work from life as well as their imaginations to learn this illusion of space and volume on a two-dimensional surface. One, two, and three-point perspective will be covered. There are only a few spaces left. Please phone 572-6560 to register. Mahalo.

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn
Day & Duration: Mondays, 3 weeks
February 16 – March 2 / 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $95 ($119 nonmember)

Supply List

pad of high quality sketch paper (18×24
or larger), HB pencil (or pencil set), pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser, 18” ruler

About the Teaching Artist

Megan McGlynn is a draughtsman and wood sculptor. She received her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and attended the design-oriented atelier pro-gram, Barnstone Studios. As a partner in Philadelphia-based design/build firm Dubinsky Forman & Associates, she works alongside architects and designers to render project ideas and build models. Her artwork is a clear combination of her classical art education, contemporary architecture, and science. meganmcglynn.com

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Still Life Drawing with Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn #918

Drawing from life is a challenging, but rewarding and valuable venture for artists and creative minds working in any medium! In this class, students will be given a supportive environment to try their hand at different perspectives and styles using large still life scenes set up in the classroom. The class will talk about composing a drawing, how to show an object’s three-dimensionality, how to place objects in space with adjacent objects, and rendering light and shadow. Students should bring their preferred drawing utensils, including pencils, ink, colored pencils, pastels, etc. (avoid materials with extensive set up requirements such as oil paint).

Class Schedule & Tuition

Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Megan McGlynn
Day & Duration: Sunday, 1 day
February 22 / 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: Children’s Studio
Tuition: $45 ($57 nonmember)

Supply List

18 x 24” pad of Bristol or charcoal paper
(light tooth), newsprint, drawing utensils (ie. pencil set, sharpener & eraser)

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Megan McGlynn is a draughtsman and wood sculptor. She received her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, a certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and attended the design-oriented atelier pro-gram, Barnstone Studios. As a partner in Philadelphia-based design/build firm Dubinsky Forman & Associates, she works alongside architects and designers to render project ideas and build models. Her artwork is a clear combination of her classical art education, contemporary architecture, and science. meganmcglynn.com

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