Telephone: 323- 641-7781 • Email: hippofactoryla@gmail.com

Address: 3614 W JEFFERSON BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90016

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WORKSHOPS

Hippo Factory WORKSHOPS provide the opportunity to explore different areas of focus under the guidance of leading visiting artists in various fields.  

KATE ZAMBRANO  

PORTRAIT DRAWING WORKSHOP

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. This workshop is 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 workshop offers:

  • A demonstration 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

  • One-on-one guidance

  • Freedom to create without stressing over following strict art “rules”

    SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9th  2019   10A.M - 5P.M        

 

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ONLY  - $160 

Presented by

HIPPO FACTORY - YOUNG URBAN ARTIST OUTREACH

A PORTION OF THE WORKSHOP TUITION FEE WILL GO TOWARDS FUNDING THREE LOW INCOME SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS 

ABOUT KATE ZAMBRONO

Kate Zambrano is a self-taught artist residing in California.

She left Texas, her home state, at age seventeen to travel. She entered college the next year to study psychology. After discovering that she loved the subject more than the idea of a career in the field, she began teaching herself how to draw. The next two years Kate pushed herself through trial and error, challenge and discovery. But every now and then, a small epiphany would occur to assure her that she was on the right path. Each step was a building block for the next. And so it has gone ever since, gradually becoming a fine art portrait artist with a dark aesthetic. She is constantly learning and trying to better both herself and her work, pushing herself to the far limits of her mind.

Today, Kate is a realistic oil painting and charcoal artist, selling her art and teaching others how to tap deeper into their own innate creativity. These workshops are open to anyone, no matter the aesthetic they strive for or skill level they bring. Kate offers workshops to help other artists acquire new techniques and produce work that they are proud of through a process Kate adapted and enjoys. She encourages students to let go of self-imposed pressure to freely express themselves through charcoal drawing.