Anyone can learn to do it (guaranteed)!
Drawing is observing and translating what you see to paper. This is a mechanical skill which involves learning how to observe and eye hand coordination. Mastery can be achieved by anyone even if you think you cannot draw or have no "talent".
Join Sigrid Burton in a series of drawing workshops and create a realistic self portrait. Learn approaches, techniques and other skills to help you draw what you see and express yourself creatively as an artist.
Please come if you love to draw or if you would like to draw (but think you can’t). The workshop will be conducted over four days. Each day will have a different exercise and focus designed to enhance your skills.
INDIA: LIVING COLOR
An evening slide presentation
Life in India is a feast for the senses and especially our eyes. Everywhere we look there is color and color has meaning in everything from daily life to esoteric ritual. Join Sigrid Burton for a travelogue of India that investigates what color means and how it is used in various aspects of Indian culture.
Sigrid Burton is a painter with special background in South Asian art and culture. She lives and works in New York City. She has a distinguished exhibition record including solo exhibitions in major cities throughout the United States. She was a recipient in 1994-1995 of an Indo-American Fellowship to investigate the meaning and use of color in traditional India art forms and has traveled extensively throughout Asia. Her work is in numerous private, corporate and public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.