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Classes, Yard School of Art, Drawing & Illustration, Teen (age 12–15), Gwen Charles

Session 2 Drawing

Take your drawing to the next level! Working from observation and reference, we will explore the power of mark-making and the fundamental elements of line, value, form, perspective, composition, and proportion. Subject matter will vary, and include still life, landscapes, virtual clothed models, and architecture. All art supplies will be provided and can be picked up at MAM or shipped to your house.

All summer 2020 classes will take place online with live instruction on the Zoom platform. You will need a phone, tablet, or computer with internet access. Class sizes are limited to ensure lots of one-on-one interaction with the instructors, who are all professional artists.

July 13–24
11:00 am
1:00 pm
Member Price
$248– $263
Non-Member Price
$310– $325
Special Pricing Info

Join as a Family member to enjoy priority registration and 20% off kids & teen camps & classes! 

Ages
Teen (age 12–15)
Event Type
Classes
Medium
Drawing & Illustration
Priority Registration
Open Registration
Instructor

Gwen Charles

Gwen Charles is a visual artist who takes inspiration from everyday objects, dreams, and historical references, merging elements of reality and magical realism for her photographs and installations. Gwen’s art studio is located in Montclair, New Jersey.

She completed her MFA internationally with Transart Institute, in Berlin, Germany and her undergraduate studies at Parsons School of Design & The New School for Public Engagement. 

Teaching for over 25 years and at MAM for over 15 years, Gwen is a resourceful community educator working with all ages. She is deeply committed to providing imaginative hands-on experiences to stimulate the creative growth of her students.

Gwen loves cats, old fashioned toys, analog technology like records and 35 mm cameras, and cooking meals with international flavors.