As a visual artist, Jeremy Brown's favorite medium is drawing—using graphite, markers, pens, paints, and various other materials to create his art. His interest in everyday objects, pop culture, cars, and various other sources provide inspiration for his work. He draws in both realistic and cartoon styles.
April 14 — Basic Drawing Ages 9 & up
Participants will learn a few basic techniques that will aid them in learning how to draw. This class is useful if participants have no background in drawing. We will briefly discuss the relationship between your eye and hand as it relates to drawing.
April 21 Basic Drawing II Ages 13 & up
Participants will receive a brief recap of the last class and in this class, Plus added information about the figure. We will talk about the relationships between lines, and various other precision techniques in drawing.
April 29 Basic Drawing III Ages 13 & up
This class is the culmination of the previous two classes. After a very brief review, participants will be encouraged to tap into their own creativity. This workshop is meant to bring forth the participant’s desire to draw and is intended to further their interest in the visual arts.
COLLIDER, the South Central Regional Library’s artist-in-residence program, connects the public with art and the people who create it. Special studio space within the Library allows artists to create on-site. Patrons are encouraged to drop in, interact, and learn about different artistic processes, and participate in special workshops for the public.
Generous funding from Councilwoman Madonna Flood makes the COLLIDER Artist-In-Residence program possible.