A drawing is simply a line going for a walk. ”
A line is a dot that went for a walk.”Paul Klee
- Kate Measham will teach this course, via Zoom
- Wednesday 23rd September
- 10.00am – 11.30am
- Free to Hampshire Art Club members, £12/class to non-members
Sadly I don’t know whose cartoon this is – it came from a business website.
What to expect from ‘Taking a Line For a Walk’
This class can be as simple as “what happened from the time I woke up until the class started?”, to a more complex look at your life to date, or how your dog explores on their daily walk, or how a line of ants navigate across a terrace. WHAT? This is about trying to capture the passage of time in a 2D, linear form. It may be abstract, it may be figurative.
You will be looking at mapping, memory and travelling through your day. You will start with a dot, and take it, as a line, through your day, your life so far, or into your future. This seems like quite a lot to squeeze into an hour and a half. The principles are the same for many journeys, whether physical, or otherwise.
- Cartridge paper for sketches
- Concertina sketchbook, either homemade, or from Seawhite
- watercolours, or coloured inks
- pencils, pens, dipping pens
- Pritt stick