Perception Interactive Lecture - April 21, 2012

posted Apr 9, 2012, 11:49 AM by Amanda Wunderlich   [ updated Apr 12, 2012, 10:59 AM ]

Join Amanda J. Wunderlich at the Mountain Brook Community Library April 21st for an interactive journey into understanding an artist’s perception and how to accurately reproduce what we see with our eyes and in our minds on paper. 

This evening will include instructional lecturing as well as hands on application to further grasp the subjects discussed.

Session 1: Training Your Artist Perception
Amanda will help identify learned roadblocks that allow for non-accurate representation and show how to begin breaking them down in order to release the ability to accurately render what is seen onto paper.

Q&A Session - Refreshment Break
Time for a short break and some light refreshments during an informal Q&A session.

Session 2: Accurate Portrait Re-presentation
Amanda will show how to apply the newly acquired knowledge of accurate re-presentation from the earlier session to drawing portraits.

Cost: $30 per adult attendee
        $20 for students (8th-12th and college)
Registration is required to attend this class.

There is limited space available for this lecture. Register today to reserve your seat for this amazing evening.

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Behind the Eyes Drawing Workshop - FINISHED

posted Jan 15, 2011, 6:27 PM by Amanda Wunderlich   [ updated Feb 26, 2011, 6:25 PM ]

Learn the basics of drawing portraits with graphite pencil. 

Join artist Amanda J. Wunderlich in February for a three  night workshop at the Mountain Brook Community Library in Kalispell.  Her focus will revolve around eyes: the windows of the soul, and how shading can make your drawing come to life. 
 
Day One:  February 9th  at 6pm
Introductions and overview of the tools to be used throughout the workshop.  Then a short instructional followed by your first project.
 
Day Two:  February 16th at 6pm
Discussing the first project.  Corrections and further instruction.  Then more drawing!  Second project is assigned to work on.
 
Day Three:  February 23rd at 6pm
Review of the assigned project and proceed with one last and final project applying all techniques learned during the workshop.  A question & answer period will end the workshop. 

Cost: $10 per session ($30 in total)

Registration:
Limited Space Available
Registration Required



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