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234 Drawing on Mylar (F'16) – Celia Neubauer
Mon, 17 Oct 2016, 2:00 PM
INTRODUCTORY - INTERMEDIATE LEVELS
Mondays, 2 to 5 pm, Oct. 17 – Dec. 5 (8 weeks)
234 Drawing on Mylar
In drawing and painting circles, Mylar has become an ever-popular support. Sometimes described as Polyester film, it is used by artists for its archival quality and impermeable surface. These two factors plus its durability make it an ideal support for drawing based materials. This six-week course will introduce students to a spectrum of drawing techniques using graphite, conte, charcoal powder, oil stick and ink markers. Students will be shown a range of application techniques via demos and samples of artists’ work. Upon completion, students will have an introductory knowledge of Mylar that will provide an additional option for creative and artistic practice.
Note: It is recommended that students have taken an Introduction to Drawing or Painting course or have basic drawing skills.
Instructor: Celia Neubauer
Time & Dates: Mondays, 2 to 5 pm, Oct. 17 – Dec. 5 (8 weeks)
Tuition: $310 + Materials fee: $25 + admin fee
Image: Samples of student work from previous Drawing on Mylar course. Courtesy of the students ©
The following items are sold at Aboveground Art Supplies @ 74 McCaul
Please have the following materials:
- 15 sheets Draft Mylar Ds Matte, 17 x 22 inches
- 1 roll of masking tape
- 1” flat bristle paintbrush
- ½” flat bristle paint brush
- 1 Kama oil stick 15 ml Mars Black
- 1 Kama oil stick 15 ml Titanium White
Additional drawing and painting materials will be provided in class.