10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join Artist Andria Burchett for a 2 day colored pencil workshop – Radiant Swan
Friday & Saturday
July 31 & August 1 10 – 4 pm each Day
LOLA Upstairs Art Room
Supply List Needed. (See below)
Deadline for payment/registration: July 19
As an artist, have you ever tried to create something white? Snow? A rose? A fluffy kitten? To create a lustrous white, an artist must do more than just leave the paper surface free of color. In this Radiant Swan Workshop, we will explore how to break down and balance the prism of color to allow our subjects to glow. With careful attention to technique, this workshop is designed for both experienced artists, as well as those who are just “dipping their toe in the water” of colored pencil art. A small practice project will be created first so everyone can be introduced, or reconnected, with colored pencils. And, so we can spend time on learning technique, a drawing will be provided on white Stonehenge paper. Andria is an experienced teacher, who will guide and encourage students throughout the process. Enjoy the discovery, and art of creating “white” together!
Andria Burchett has a background in fashion merchandising, but since 1990 has been concentrating on her colored pencil and graphite drawings. Andie has shown her work in a wide variety of local, regional and national exhibitions, receiving numerous awards. Her work has been published in several internationally distributed art publications, as well as the BucketFeet shoe line.
Andie is a signature member of the Colored Pencil Society of America, a certified SOAR instructor and actively involved in Encore! Mt. Morris, a community development initiative through the arts.
As owner of Beech Tree Studio, Andie teaches adult drawing and colored pencil classes, stages two student art shows each year, hosts an annual colored pencil art retreat, and conducts a variety of specialty workshops throughout the US.
Supply List <——– Click here for list
No refunds will be given after the deadline date.
Parking is available behind the LOLA Center for the Arts building.