Who can not delight in the fresh and sunny resolve of an Impressionist painting? One looks at a Monet and can see the sketchiness of the brushstrokes come to vibrant life. How does this happen with such looseness? We might find out the looseness stemming from relaxation is the key, especially for outdoor drawing and painting.
Please consider joining RHUMC member and artist Curtis Green in the park for drawing pastoral scenes out of doors. You will be provided materials and guidance in drawing and a little insight on how to capture outdoor subjects. Please be aware that no experience is necessary and if you cannot draw a straight line, then all the better!
This two-hour event should be fun filled, with snacks and refreshments. Bring a hat, some sun block, and be ready to make your masterpiece!
At Chandler Park, across Crenshaw from RHUMC
Saturday, August 4 – 10:00 a.m. to noon
Park in City Hall lot for access to Chandler Park via a short uphill walk.
Email email@example.com to let Curtis know to expect you.