July 6th - 27th
4:30 - 6:30 pm
With an optional weekend excursion on July 22nd
Instructor Haley Fitzpatrick will guide students through fundamental drawing techniques such as line quality, shading, perspective, and composition. This course will cultivate the practice of drawing as a form of creative mindfulness. At the end of the course, students will be equipped with the knowledge, confidence, and inspiration to go out and draw the world around them- whether it’s the shore birds on the beach, flowers in the backyard, or their neighbor. This course is geared towards beginners, however, everyone is welcome and the instructor will accommodate different skills-levels.
Level: This course is geared towards beginners, however, everyone is welcome and the instructor will accommodate different skills.
Age: mature teenagers and adults
Course Fee: $75 (includes $15 materials fee)--Scholarships Available
By Phone: Call Daphne at 733-2233 ext. 315
By Email: Email Daphne at email@example.com
Some scholarship funds are available – if you’re interested in a scholarship, please call 733-2233 Ext. 315, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructor: Haley Fitzpatrick
Although Haley Fitzpatrick originally hails from a farm in Southwest Ohio, she has enjoyed many summers kayaking, hiking and drawing West Quoddy Head and the Cobscook Bay area. Making art has been a way of life for Haley since her childhood days of creating collages, installations, and paintings in her family’s barn studio. While earning her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Texas, Haley discovered the joy of mentorship through various teaching positions within the School of Architecture. She is delighted to have the opportunity share her love of drawing with the communities of Cobscook Bay!