July 15, 2018

creative sketching assignment | SIS II '18


With no preconceived idea, students flung ink onto pages of their sketchbook, and later worked a drawing that utilized the splatters. 


Elias


Chloe


Amanda


Emily


Catie


Jaci

July 08, 2018

start of the semester quote

"The dripping...well, if it happens, it happens; it does not take anything from the work. The dripping just proves that you were not trying to control the work, but the work was developing by itself and if it drips, it's a natural part in the evolution of the work." - Keith Haring




Student work


Student work

June 07, 2018

final projects | drawing S'18


An eclectic sampling of student work:


 Two of Deborah's designs for coffee cup holders


Galen's love of the sea


A page from Sarah's fashion portfolio


A shed on Mary Jane's property


Hazel's line drawings


Possible wedding menus for Cristina's sister


Annie's fabric design


Angie's self-portrait before the addition of color

May 06, 2018

architecture around NY | drawing S'18


Tonni at Jefferson Market Library


Mary Jane at First Presbyterian Church


Carly at Grand Central Terminal


April 29, 2018

different views | life drawing '18


A few basics when creating a focal point: 1) If it's a portrait, keep the clothing to a minimum. 2) Leave negative space around your center of interest. 3) Employ perspective to show depth. 


Maria


Shannon


Marc


Jesse


April 15, 2018

continuous line contours | life drawing S'18


I was sketching a man sitting across from me on the subway, when the woman to my left, pointed, and yelled for all to hear, "SHE'S DRAWING YOU!" I laugh, when retelling this scenario. I get their fear. Yes, the assignment can be embarrassing, and uncomfortable, but most often New Yorkers are too preoccupied to even notice. 



Matt


Cheng

Ayako

March 15, 2018

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