For those who have taken a beginner drawing class and wish to improve their drawing skills, this online class will refine your understanding of visual language through various drawing exercises. Using charcoal pencils, charcoal sticks, and colored media, you’ll continue to refine your drawing and creative skills and become more skilled with the tools of visual expression. You will learn how to identify and practice scale, composition, perspective and value through demonstrations and hands-on learning, as well as build your understanding of light and contrast through greyscale and colour. The online drawing course will be structured to include shorter to longer activities and prompts, where students will be exposed to drawing the figure, landscape, still life, as well as abstract expressionist drawing.
Evan Hutchinson is a lens-based artist, with a practice that incorporates mixed media, performance and installation, whom currently resides in Toronto. After graduating university, Evan relocated her practice to London, U.K., where she continued her development in art education at the Royal Academy of Arts. She has exhibited at The Great Hall, Artspace, Vs.Vs.Vs. Collective, Maximum Exposure, Full Frame and Elgin Winter Garden Theatre.
Evan graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, specializing in Photography. Recognized for her academic achievements, she was awarded the Roloff Beny Foundation Photography award in 2014 as well as the Photography and Digital Communication Award in 2015.
"Today's class was fantastic. For me it was an oasis of pure happiness during this time of anxiety and fear for the present and future. The teacher’s relaxed competence and warmth, combined with that particular combination of solitude and togetherness that Zoom provides, were perfect for an art class. Loved it!” - Leslie Cooper
"What a quality class ! - well structured, with substance , showing thoughtfulness & knowledge. And the teacher encourages, nudges us & gives warm, pertinent comment on each of our work. Fantastic!” - Jill Preston (Glasgow)