Workshops

 

sketch crawls and café sketching

Please contact me if you would like go on a guided sketch crawl in Zurich or sketch together in a cafe – minimum 3 people.


sketch Dada with me

Brigit Wilkin’s Art School – Monday or Wednesday, first week of March

Stay tuned, details are on the way.


 

sketch Zürich with me

American Women’s Club Zurich – March 2016 Workshop Week

Date:   Thursday, 10 March.  
Time:  Workshop I:  9:30 – 12:00  (same workshop is offered in the afternoon)
             Workshop II: 14:00 – 16:30 

Price per workshop: AWC members  CHF 37 – Non-members CHF 42

Where: Meet me at the American Women’s Club, Schöntalstrasse 8, 8004 Zürich

How to register: You can register online directly with the AWC. Follow this link, scroll down to “sketch Zürich with me” and register for the morning or afternoon workshop. Or even both if you like.

See another side of Zurich through the eyes of an “urban sketcher” and record your impressions in ink and watercolor. You’ll learn three simple drawing techniques and how to create a travel sketchbook that you can take on future trips. I’ll give you tips and exercises to practice drawing what you see and expressing a sense of place.

We’ll be on the move and may not finish all of the sketches, but you will get a lot of practice. Wear good shoes and clothes that can get a bit dirty because we’ll be sketching outside (weather permitting) – or in a local café . 

Perfect for beginners. Ages 14 and up. Drawing and painting materials are provided.

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I record observations or quotes in my sketchbook along with my sketch. The quote above comes from Jen Hübner’s book Ein Jahr Urban Sketching
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View from the Lindenhof.

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