Woodland scenes and animals should be part of every artist's arsenal, especially here in New England! In this drawing workshop we will be learning how to use two-point perspective to place trees in our forest, adding texture for bark and grasses, and learning to draw a simple mushroom, rabbit and squirrel. This info-packed class will leave you able to create your own woodland forest masterpiece whenever you like! Materials and take home worksheets included.
Emily Johnson is a local artist from the neighboring town of North Attleboro, and has been drawing and sewing for as long as she can remember. Her passion is illustration and comics, and she is currently working on illustrations for her first children's book. She also has a passion for soft sculpture, which is sculpture using thread, fabric and stuffing, and has participated in many artisan craft fairs selling her sculptures and mobiles. Emily has taken classes and instruction at many different schools, such as RISD, MassArt, Eliot School Jamaica Plain, The East Side Art Center, Cambridge School for Adult Education, and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. She believes art makes us powerful and teaches us to see in a different way, and she also believes that everyone can learn to draw!