“Portraiture: Full Body – Drawing in Shapes II” ANY MEDIUM, ANY SKILL LEVEL
After completing an undergraduate degree in sculpture, Dianne Burkhardt taught classes at Milwaukee Area Technical College. She returned to the University of Wisconsin to complete her MFA degree in Drawing and Painting and also studied in Europe. She held a teaching position at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, MI. Prior to relocating to Arizona to teach at Paradise Valley Community College, along with Shemer Art Center and Brio Art Center. From there she moved to San Francisco and taught at the College of Marin. She now has her permanent home back in Phoenix, AZ.
Her work has become part of the United States Forestry Department collection in Washington D.C. and has toured with the Design Competition for the Little Bighorn Monument. Dianne has won numerous regional and local competitions including one from Larry Rivers at the Michigan Fine Arts Competition and Boston Printmakers Biennial. She continues to produce for gallery and commission work.
This workshop allows you a fun way of seeing and drawing a portrait.
We will start with a line study, then move on to a value study.
Then, we will add color to the drawing paying attention to its lights and shadows.
This is definitely an interesting and fun way of seeing and drawing a portrait