for all my students (drawing, printmaking, jewelry/metals and my new fledgling enameling class).

It is close to that time of year when we settle in, ready to reflect. I will shortly be handing out evaluation forms, to see where I and the art center can better serve you. Thank you to all my volunteers, especially to Susan Schubert, who helped me on my path. I hope you all can make to the volunteer and staff appreciation party on December 10th, 2016 from 6-8 pm. Yours, Sharone

 Melodie's Coffee House (every Tuesday morning from 9:30-12:30, jewelry /metals class)   

 Melodie's Coffee House (every Tuesday morning from 9:30-12:30, jewelry /metals class)

 

for my drawing students

blog #9 / featured artist series #1

Susan Schubert

Artist: L'Atelier de Suzanne Schubert
https://www.facebook.com/LAtelierdeSuzanneSchubert

Susan's tip:

"Use a light center line like a spinal column to position whatever you're drawing. After LIGHTLY drawing the "outline" of your figure, make the lines disappear by shading the object and contrasting background. Heavy lines around an object make it look flat. When shading or cross hatching, let your pencil follow the contours of the object."