3 Cups

Continuous Line Drawing Workshop

35.00
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Continuous Line Drawing Workshop

35.00

Date: Wednesday, June 5

Time: 6:000-8::00pm

Location: 3 Cups

Supplies:

-charcoal pencils

-graphite pencils

-micron pens

-paper/sketchbooks

-velum

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-Tutorial and hands on instruction

In this unique Continuous Line Drawing workshop participants will learn briefly the history and value of abstraction, key influential artists and movements, learn several techniques and approaches to continuous line drawings, and become equip with materials and tools for their own continuous line drawings. 

Boren grew up in Idaho, and currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. After graduating in Fine Arts, she has participated in several shows, magazine and corporate collaborations. Her love for line and form and people as individuals influences her works.  Boren’s art is a form of expression of feeling, moments, and abstract thought. She works primarily with paint, charcoal, and some non-traditional materials. She wants the marks to speak for themselves. Her work is the product of a process, and each time this process is different, evolving with her. 



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Date: Wednesday, June 5

Time: 6:000-8::00pm

Location: 3 Cups

Supplies:

-charcoal pencils

-graphite pencils

-micron pens

-paper/sketchbooks

-velum

-images

-Tutorial and hands on instruction

In this unique Continuous Line Drawing workshop participants will learn briefly the history and value of abstraction, key influential artists and movements, learn several techniques and approaches to continuous line drawings, and become equip with materials and tools for their own continuous line drawings. 

Boren grew up in Idaho, and currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. After graduating in Fine Arts, she has participated in several shows, magazine and corporate collaborations. Her love for line and form and people as individuals influences her works.  Boren’s art is a form of expression of feeling, moments, and abstract thought. She works primarily with paint, charcoal, and some non-traditional materials. She wants the marks to speak for themselves. Her work is the product of a process, and each time this process is different, evolving with her.