1:00 pm –2:30 pm
Join artist Larkin Ford as he leads drawing sessions that mix direct observation and printed reference images. Learn various methods of combining multiple image sources into one cohesive piece. October’s series of classes will center on lighting and mood while drawing inspiration from seasonal objects and imagery.
See light and shadow in a new way as you explore the possibilities of drawing in white on black paper. Black velvet paintings are done using a variation of this technique, giving a uniquely moody look to a drawing.
All drawing levels welcome; supplies included.
Ticket includes access to the Museum.
About Your Instructor
Larkin Ford grew up in rural North Carolina and weaves this and other personal experiences into enigmatic narratives through drawings and paintings. He received his BFA from UNC Asheville and his MFA from Georgia State University. He teaches drawing and painting at Emory University’s Oxford campus and at the High Museum of Art. He has exhibited work at MOCA GA, Whitespace, Gallery 72, and Swan Coach House Gallery. For more information and images, please visit www.larkinhford.com and @larkinford.