Instructor: Cheryl Hahn Members* $153 Non-members $170; $10 materials fee included in price Registration Closes June 22nd In this workshop participants will learn how to use their basic tool-the miracle of a pencil! As well as “weight” of lines, both thick and thin. Participants will also look at the contour of objects and perceiving the basic shapes of objects, scale and composition, and adding volume—the art of shading—perceiving light and dark. Participants will be working on drawing a still life. Cheryl H. Hahn is a Central Washington artist who creates abstract mixed media works typified by intense color and texture. The artist holds an MFA degree from Southern Illinois University and completed post-graduate work at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Virginia, and Shenzhen, China. Her work is included in numerous private and public collections. Hahn’s artistic output including paintings, sculpture, and installations combines a symbolic abstraction that embraces elements of nature, science, language, and metaphysics. Her work embraces a universe that is always in motion; a world where organic forms resonate with energy, vibration, and repetition. Workshop is from 9am to 4pm in the Larson Gallery with a lunch break. Class size limited to 25. Materials list provided on registration.