Red to Green: Steps to Observational Drawing

By Sheila Ceccarelli

Adults often comment on a lack of confidence in drawing and associations to it with Art room traumas from childhood, which instilled a disbelief in ability or even entitlement to engage in the drawing process.

Learner at Red2Green drawing a skull on loan from University of Cambridge Museum of Zoology
Learner at Red2Green drawing a skull on loan from University of Cambridge Museum of Zoology

 

This association was expressed by some of the students at Red2Green, centre for adult learners, many of whom had not drawn since their childhood days.

In this workshop, I wanted to lay the foundations for students to be able to approach observational drawing without feeling inhibited or paralyzed and reinstate their confidence in their ability and right to draw.

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