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Discover the San Diego drawing steps

An artist's pencil can take a San Diego vase from eye to paper.
An artist's pencil can take a San Diego vase from eye to paper.
Adam Benjamin

Open lessons on the drawer's San Diego hand come all throughout the year on the Balboa Park El Prado walk. The San Diego Museum of Art, at 1450, lets locals in to learn the story on art the permanent collection of objects and paintings, and the texture in special exhibitions, tell.

Collection pieces act as props during the workshops held inside the front doors. The museum rotunda, a starting grounds for the work trips taken regularly to keep joy in art, gives the drawing class its first light to meet in.

Members have their own special learning days. Steady work days paid for at the museum package deal price. Any local can connect with a member, and an artist or educator at the front of the class, on a day the Drawing in the Gallery and Second Saturday classes are taught. February 8th, crosshatch and stippling techniques count for texture and tone drawn in pen and ink during the Pen and Ink Drawing Class. Patient work can mature a student artist's touch. The Expressive Potential of Drawing class, on the 21st, will give the studying artists extra time with the objects in the gallery collection.

Fine art instruction taken in the museum rooms the atmosphere inspires a student to outdo ordinary bounds in art. Help the art instructors give at the gallery teaches teenagers to keep at the drawing work. The February 12th Teen Art Cafe offers the teens an opportunity to see the many faces of women who have done the work of both war and industry. An expereince that can grow into a building block in good vision over a lifetime.

Teaching a student to draw art likenesses in pencil and paper white can even be an art educators lesson remembered to teach a K-12 student to draw a story telling line. Museum of Art doors open in March to educators who believe it is never too late to cultivate their work on well proportioned figures.

The line continues next week. . . . .

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