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Drawing is a skill anyone can learn!

This drawing camp is jam-packed! On each of our Drawing Camp dates, students will be taught how to observe the subject and use light and shadows to see the basic shapes. Students will design compositions from props, sculpt to understand 3-D form, and use charcoal, pastel and graphite to understand how mediums affect an image. The camp is perfect for students who want to stretch their abilities with time-tested methods!

Learning to draw is an essential foundation to all artistic endeavors. Teaching students how to use their skills of observation to see the lines, values and shapes will build confidence in their other artistic pursuits. 

3-Day Drawing Camp Intensive

All NEW Lessons!

4th grade and up

All abilities welcome!

Advanced students will receive Drawing and Composition 102 assignments. Please write us to let us know if your student would like to be in level 102.

Class times and dates:

Session- A 10:00am-12:00pm- 6 SPOTS LEFT


Session- B 12:30pm- 2:30pm- 2 SPOTS LEFT

March 23rd - 25th

(3/23, 3/24, & 3/25)

$135 per student

Complete camp syllabus, project lists and home practice assignments will be sent to enrolled families a week before class starts! 

All Materials are provided for students:

-9x11 Individual student sketchbooks for classwork and homework assignments.

-16x20 newsprint paper for each student.

-Pencils, kneaded eraser, charcoal and pastels

-Clay for form-sculpture projects

-Props for composition assignments

What will my student learn in Drawing Camp?

  • How to draw any shape

  • How to observe and analyze any subject

  • How to draw any form by breaking it down into basic shapes before adding darker values

  • How to use light lines and basic shapes to lay an accurate foundation for finished drawings

  • How to hold the pencil

  • How to bring your drawings to life with detail and texture

  • How to use shading (continuous tones, cross contour, cross-hatching and stippling)

  • How to see values and contrasts in color

  • How to use subtractive methods to capture reflective light 

  • How to create the illusion of volume, depth 

  • How to create texture and organic rhythms in drawing from still life objects and landscape

  • How to execute one and two-point perspective drawings

  • How to draw correct proportions for the face and body

  • How to use liner mapping 

  • How to troubleshoot and keep going when the drawing isn't right

  • How to share art with peers and engage in respectful discussion

  • And more! 


Limited students per class! Spaces fill quickly.

Reserve your spot below! 

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