Are you looking to improve your drawing skills but don’t know where to start? Honing new techniques takes time and practice, and it can sometimes feel overwhelming.
Kate’s charcoal workshops offer an in-depth look at the techniques and tools she uses to help create her portraits and figurative charcoal drawings. She will explain and demonstrate from start to finish her charcoal works step by step.
You may have years of experience and be looking for face drawing training or some other specific area of improvement. Or, you may be entirely new to drawing. These workshops are for all skill levels. For those just embarking on their artistic journeys, Kate can offer some insight into more unconventional methods to assist your freedom and growth. For the more experienced, these classes are to help shine a new light on your approach to drawing.
Kate’s charcoal drawing workshops offer:
Demonstrations and an explanation of every step she takes during a drawing
Understanding of tools that can help you produce high-quality work at a quicker pace
Discussions with other artists
Freedom to create without stressing over following strict art “rules”
Whether you’re looking for art classes in LA or at one of the many locations worldwide where Kate teaches, come learn at one of these charcoal workshops. She can help you improve your skills in a friendly and supportive environment where the focus is on you. You will get full transparency into how she works and encouragement to learn in whatever way is productive for you.
to get an idea of what you’ll experience in the workshop, Check out Footage below from my two-day seminar in San Diego (filmed by brushes of doom).
Haven't you wished you could capture the city that you drive through every day. Now is your chance! Working from photographs you will learns how to bring a city scape to life. Join master painter Daniel Peci and explore ways of creating exciting and evocative city scapes. Using oil or charcoal you will be learn the how to approach the urban landscape - controlling light and line to direct the viewers eye through the painting.