Perspective Drawing in Charcoal Workshop (Advanced) by Shital Mehta
ABOUT SHITAL MEHTA:
Shital Mehta is an artist and art educator. Immediately after graduating from the J.J. School of Art, Mumbai she joined Pundole Art Gallery as a designer and had the opportunity to interact and design for artists such a M.F. Hussain, F. N. Souza, Akbar Padamsee etc.
For the last 40 year she has been involved in various courses and research projects connected with art education, especially for children and across ages. During years of teaching, Shital has never stuck to conventional methods but always had an experimental approach to art through various mediums and themes. Over the years, Shital has presented papers on Art Education at the World Congress seminars in New York and Chicago, and has been regularly contributing in National Art Educators Association (NAEA) annual conventions held in the U.S. She regularly conducts art workshops for Museums, Art Galleries and various art institutions in India and abroad
WHAT WILL BE TAUGHT:
“Perspective means representing three dimensional objects on a two dimensional surface to give the right impression of their height, width, depth and position in relation with each other.”
Well, we in this workshop will demystify this complex term into simple joyful learning to draw everything around us. The participants will make their own magical tool called “viewfinder” which will enable them to draw correctly, with ease. This skill will inspire you to make your own sketches on travel to translate the memories.
WHAT WILL BE PROVIDED:
Reference materials, Objects for contour drawings, Props for 3D drawings, other mediums like pencils, crayons, markers etc., fixative. Butter papers to cover the final drawings.
WHAT YOU NEED TO GET:
Apron or old shirt to wear while working.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Ages 14 and above
WHAT YOU NEED TO PAY:
Rs. 2,700 inclusive of all materials.
Space 118 Studios
Sapce 118, 118 Wadibunder road, Near St.Mary's and Falzani School, Mazgaon, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400010