Summer Art Camp: Perspective in Art
Time & Location
About the Event
Perspective is one of the foundations of realism in art. Artists use perspective to create convincing representations of our three-dimensional world on the two-dimensional surfaces of their drawings. When perspective is used effectively, objects in a drawing appear to recede into the distance, and they seem to exist in three-dimensional space. In this 3-day class, students will learn about one-point, two-point, linear and aerial perspective. Students will spend the first two days focusing on drawing in one and two-point perspective and will spend day three learning about aerial and linear perspective in painting.
About the Instructor:
Holding a degree in Art Education from Central Michigan University, Marv Bolthouse has taught for over twenty years at Orchard View High School in Muskegon, MI. Drawing and painting is his passion - along with teaching the elements of art to young people. Marv truly enjoys witnessing students grow as artists.
Class size is limited to 6 students. Each student will get their own table which will be 6 ft from the neighboring tables. Students will have their own set of supplies that will be sanitized before class. Students must wear masks, use the provided hand sanitizer, and abide by social distancing mandates.
Class minimum: 4
Class maximum: 6
ACWL-Nuveen Summer Art Camps are sponsored by an anonymous donor.
- ACWL-Nuveen Member$9$90$0