It takes a gifted artist to become a great teacher and those who dare to teach never cease to learn.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
(Fine details with watercolor, Chris Ruch)
The students have gained confidence with many new techniques during the past month from dry brush techniques in watercolor to paper sculpting.
Nature in Paper, Algae by Mary McCauley
Conifer cones with Carbon Dust; Pseudotsuga by Stephanie Bures
Advanced graphite classes are always popular and carbon dust easily becomes one of the most favorite medium for many students. The same can be said about Pen and Ink, to learn to master the stipple, clean line and the quill is a positive surprise and source for inspiration for the students.
Phalaenopsis cv. by Cynthia Cano, Pen and Ink
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