Let's Get Serious about Drawing with Russell Jewell
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About The Event
Workshop Description (from the instructor)
This two-day workshop will explain how drawing has nothing to do with talent. Drawing is a learned skill. Simple proof: Try tracing an image with tracing paper. If you were successful, you have proven you can draw. You may think, “but I can’t draw what I see in front of me.” If this is the case then you have a seeing problem not a drawing problem and this workshop is going to teach you how to see. Seeing is a learned skill. Learn to see…thus draw with Russell Jewell Ed.D.
About the Instructor
Russell Jewell Ed.D., NWS, TWSA Biography
Russell Jewell is an internationally recognized plein air painter, published in multiple books and magazines such as: North Light’s Splash Series, The Best in Watercolor, Sketchbook Confidential II, The Artist Magazine, and Plein Air Magazine. Jewell is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, The Transparent Watercolor Society of America and has exhibited multiple times with the American Watercolor Society. Dr. Jewell has devoted over 35 years as an art educator in the public education system. Some of his educational recognitions include a Doctorate in Art Education from the University of Georgia, a Fulbright Memorial Scholarship to Japan, and a United States Patent for his Jewell-Box Viewfinder. Jewell’s work has been acquired through five separate museum purchase awards. In 2019 Jewell won, Best Watercolor in Plein Air Easton! In 2021 Jewell won Best Architecture in Gloucester Plein Air and again Best Architecture in Mountain Maryland Plein Air. Russell Jewell’s work can be viewed at: russelljewell.com and his speed painting videos are under Russell Jewell Plein Air on Youtube.
Artist Website: russelljewell.com
A simple black square is a window to everything in the world… in the dark. Therefore, regardless of the subject or medium, all that matters is light. Is it then not true, the world we observe and the world we imagine both demand light for observation, thus we create enlightened worlds to be shared with others?
#9 lead pencil
An encased eraser that clicks like an ink pen
A sketch pad 9x12, or there about, that freely lays open with a ring binder
Students can bring watercolor and paint material if they'd like to enhance their work but the focus will be drawing
Registration is open to all artists. CCAL members pay $150 ($50 minimum deposit required). Non-members pay $175 ($50 minimum deposit required).
Note: This event will be held indoors. By registering for this event you agree that you understand the risks of COVID and agree to the CCAL COVID Waiver Policy.
- CCAL Member: Full Payment -RJe$150$1500$0
- Non-Member: Full Payment -RJe$175$1750$0
- CCAL Member Deposit - RJe$50$500$0
- Non-Member Deposit - RJe$50$500$0
- CCAL Member Balance Due -RJe$100$1000$0
- Non Member Balance Due - RJe$125$1250$0
- Please add me to the waitlist$0$00$0