5 WEEK COURSE ONLINE | 2 hours of live instruction each week
Landscape and wildlife have noticeably been considered throughout art history and have been a source of inspiration for many artists. In contemporary art, looking at nature becomes more comprehensive, and this subject is strongly raised concerning science, the environment, and the deconstructive and adaptive aspects.
This course inquires how we, as an artist, can make the Landscape and animals relevant, new, and fresh in the contemporary art world while looking back to art history. Experiencing materials and the technical skills of drawing, this class explores the concepts surrounding this subject and how the students can creatively advance the genre. Individual projects concentrated on related themes will be conducted in a series of works that the students propose.
- 2B/ 4B/ 6B Graphite pencil
- Black/ white Conte
- White Plastic Eraser or Kneaded Eraser
- Kraft Paper Pad, 18 x 24 inch, 40 sheets (Manila pad of paper if Kraft is not available)
- Ruler or straight edge
-A Drawing Board 18 x 24 inches or larger if you would find this useful
- Ink/ watercolor/ Ink pen/ brush
Leila Refahi is an experienced teacher and researcher with a demonstrated history of working in Visual Art. In her research and educational projects, she inquires about socially engaged art and its impact on raising and transforming environmental knowledge in communities. She works with painting, installation, and digital media to create participatory art experiences. Her work mainly focuses on environmental issues, Climate change, and endangered animals. Refahi has presented six solo exhibitions and participated in more than 60 national and international group exhibitions and festivals.
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