Zoom Portraits with Kathleen Marquis
Registration Deadline: April 1
Supply Pickup: April 13-14
Do you ever catch yourself distracted by your own image on Zoom? This workshop encourages you to take a closer look at yourself while drawing your portrait as it appears on screen. Instruction will focus on rendering as it pertains to self-portraiture. An emphasis will be placed on elements of design including perspective, composition, line quality, value & lighting, as well as proportion & scale. The self-portraits generated during the workshop will be gathered digitally after and formed into one collaborative grid piece, a drawn “Gallery View” of our session. This workshop is open to participants 16 & older with some drawing experience. All supplies are provided in a kit that you can pick-up prior to class.
COST: $39 museum members / $43 future members
NOTE FOR OUT OF TOWN STUDENTS: A detailed supply list is available for out of town registrants or those who want to provide their own supplies. No supply kit shipping available.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
An encaustic painter by practice, Kathleen Marquis is passionate about art and uses her enthusiasm for art to inspire and guide students in their own works. In teaching art, she hopes to add a little happiness into the lives of those who she comes in contact with (whether be it in person or online). As for her credentials, Kathleen received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Mixed Media with a minor in Art History from Florida International University in Miami, Florida, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Drawing from Pratt Institute located in Brooklyn, New York. She currently lives and works in Ormond Beach, Florida, and has been teaching art and design for several years now.