Arts and leisure - Visual arts
Monday from 18:30 - 21:00 h
- Robbert Kiewiet
For beginners and for those with some experience.
Lesson dates: 13 & 27 May | 3, 10, 27 & 24 June
In this course you will draw cityscapes.
You learn skills to draw in any city. Nice if you are on vacation or want to explore your own city in a different way. By drawing in the city you look differently and you notice things that you normally do not see.
Every week we visit a different part of the city to get started. Our studio is therefore just outside and always in a different place. You will be drawing a lot with basic materials such as pen, pencil and eraser. Both technical and creative aspects of drawing are discussed.
Consider, for example, making a line drawing, working with tone (light / dark) and setting up a composition. Extensive attention is also paid to perspective. In addition, we will apply a number of techniques of the old masters (such as Rembrandt).
After this course you will have (more) drawing skills and you will walk through the city with a different view.
In rainy weather, a place is sought under a roof or bridge.
The course includes use of material during the lessons.
You can buy materials for at home at Terpentijn. The first lesson you receive a LAK student card that gives you a 10% discount at Terpentijn.
The lessons are given by visual artist Robbert Kiewiet. Robbert graduated from the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht in the direction of autonomous art. Robbert has over 15 years of experience as a teacher. He has taught for 10 years at the Art Academy, was 4 years lecturer at Beelden in Leiden and taught for 5 years painting courses in Spain. In addition, Robbert has been providing painting workshops for companies and groups since 1998.
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