Drawing for Teens w/ LAUREL SHEAR
January 17 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 4:00 pm on Monday, repeating until February 14, 2022
Light, tone, line, pattern, mass, perspective, abstraction and composition
6-week series January 10 to February 14
Mondays, 4 to 5:30 p.m.
For ages 13 – 18
In this 6-week series, we will use a range of drawing materials. Each class will start with a warmup, and then focus on translating three-dimensional objects to a two-dimensional surface, focusing on light, tone, line, pattern, mass, perspective, abstraction, and composition.
Maximum 8 students
Participants must be fully vaccinated and wear masks
A materials list will be emailed after registration
$240 or $190 OHCA members
Laurel Shear lives and works in the California Bay Area. She opened her first New York solo show, Day Dreaming In My Nightmare, at Fort Gansevoort in March 2018. Recent exhibitions include Right Here Right Now, Richmond Art Center and NIAD (Richmond, CA) My Silences Had Not Protected Me, For Freedoms, Fort Gansevoort, (New York), Where Dreams Come True, TSA LA (Los Angeles), Push, Incline Gallery (San Francisco). She is a former member of the artist run gallery Tiger Strikes Astroid in Los Angeles. Press for her work includes Artnet, Artforum, New York Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, and Luxe Magazine, among others. Shear was a competitive High School Cheerleader, she’s an enthusiastic plant medicine advocate, and has recently become a proud mama to a baby boy.