Whether you’re planning a trip out of town or enjoying your own backyard, grab your sketchbook!
Join artist Linda Bond to record the landscape and architecture, as well as the smaller details we come across during outings in and around town. The natural world shines in the summer, light defining the form, texture and color of our rich surroundings. Later in the week, the information you captured in your sketchbook will be used to develop finished representational and abstract drawings or paintings. This technique of “note taking” is a useful way to collect information when traveling, to awaken new inspiration for studio work, and to generate ideas quickly. This class is open to those with or without experience.
***Please note, this class is part of a series. Register here.***
Minimum Number of Students: 4
Maximum Number of Students: 10
Cost: $300 (series of five 3hr classes, Jul 26th-30th)
Instructor: Linda Bond’s drawings and installations have been exhibited widely including shows at Clark University, Delaware State University, Brandeis University, Simmons College, the Brattleboro Museum, the Cape Cod Art Museum, B’NK’R Munich, Germany, and Museo de Arte de Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico. Her large solo show at the Human Rights Institute Gallery at Kean University in 2017 included her installation “One to One,” a project she developed with women in Afghanistan as a Resident Scholar at Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center. Her work is also included in the Feminist Art Base at the Brooklyn Museum.