Diagrams represent ideas in visual form. They are two-dimensional (although they can show three-dimensional objects) and may contain shapes, lines, and even text. Architectural diagrams are usually conceptual (showing relationships between items) or schematic (simplified, abstracted pictures.) In this class, architect Richard S. Napoli will meet students outdoors and demonstrate how to create a Bold Diagram, or “big idea sketch” to capture the essence of a selected scenic view. Using only a Lyra Pencil (2B, 4B, or 6B) or soft crayon students will learn to quickly and creatively render on newsprint. Comfortable chair, sun hat recommended. A materials list will be provided before the first class session.
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July 12th - July 26th, 2022
Members: $80, Nonmembers: $100