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Drawing Urban Landscapes with Warren Greene (4 week session, April 11 - May 2)

85.00
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Drawing Urban Landscapes with Warren Greene (4 week session, April 11 - May 2)

85.00

Drawing Urban Landscapes with Warren Greene (4 week session)
April 11 - May 2, 2019
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Level 1, Columbia Arts Building

Students will learn to observe and draw urban landscapes in various locations in our very own downtown Columbia, Tennessee!

This 4-week session is designed for adults and high school students of any artistic level, from beginners to advanced.  We will explore the basic concepts of drawing, including line, shape, perspective, and scale. Students will have the rare opportunity to learn from a college-level art professor right here in the Columbia Arts Building.
 


A material list is provided here - available at Hobby Lobby or links lead to Amazon:

Easels will be provided for student use.

Courthouse photo credit: Aaron Rudd, Muletown Collective

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Drawing Urban Landscapes with Warren Greene (4 week session)
April 11 - May 2, 2019
Thursdays, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Level 1, Columbia Arts Building

Students will learn to observe and draw urban landscapes in various locations in our very own downtown Columbia, Tennessee!

This 4-week session is designed for adults and high school students of any artistic level, from beginners to advanced.  We will explore the basic concepts of drawing, including line, shape, perspective, and scale. Students will have the rare opportunity to learn from a college-level art professor right here in the Columbia Arts Building.
 


A material list is provided here - available at Hobby Lobby or links lead to Amazon:

Easels will be provided for student use.

Courthouse photo credit: Aaron Rudd, Muletown Collective

About Your Artisan Instructor:

Warren Greene is an artist, furniture maker, art professor, and curator from Columbia, Tennessee.  His career includes college-level art instruction at Lipscomb University, Freed-Hardman University, and Austin Peay State University.  


He received his BA from Freed–Hardeman University and MFA from Memphis College of Art. He began his career as a landscape artist but gradually moved toward abstracted landscape. In his recent work, paint is layered and selectively manipulated on wood panels to create a kind of woven texture. His paintings contains layer upon layer of highly sanded and translucent surfaces that conceal and reveal loose atmospheric forms in a vibrant palette of color.

Artist photo credit: Jerry Atnip, Nashville Arts Magazine