Drawing Explorations with Colleen O'Donnell (In-Person)
Discover the wide range of possibilities available for creating works on paper with noted educator, sculptor and draftsperson, Colleen O'Donnell! Investigate personal expression in various drawing media including charcoal, graphite, colored pencil, and pastel. Subject matter will include still life from observation, landscape and portraiture using photographs as a point of departure, as well as your imagination. All materials and techniques will be explained and demonstrated. All levels are welcome, especially beginners. View/download the materials list
6 weeks, Thursdays, March 24 - April 28 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. $250 Registration Deadline: March 18
Colleen O'Donnell is a contemporary figurative sculptor and draftsperson. She holds an MFA and Certificate from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and studied figure drawing at the Art Students League and the National Academy of Design. She has exhibited widely including invitational exhibitions in New York City and San Francisco. She has been selected for residencies at the Carving Studio in Rutland, Vermont, and the Fulton Street Gallery in Troy, NY. She is an adjunct faculty member at PAFA and Senior Adjunct Professor of Sculpture and Drawing at Rowan University at Burlington County, NJ, and was an instructor in the Apprenticeship Program at the Johnson Atelier Institute for Sculpture at the Grounds for Sculpture, NJ.
Artwork images by Colleen O'Donnell, top to bottom: Woman and Bird, color pencil Apples, Cups and Shell, charcoal Sunset, pastel Woman Under a Tree, color pencil