The class I’ll be teaching on the island this summer is titled: “Saving History Through Art”. We will be drawing the buildings of Johnson Farm, so be prepared to spend some time outside drawing. We’ll start in the Lois Scholl classroom with a demonstration and tips on drawing buildings accurately. That means a short review of working with perspective and quick sketching with charcoal.
The cost of the one-day workshop will be $50, all supplies will be provided.
The date is Saturday, August 19 from 9AM-3PM, lunch is included
Artist Bio, Lynne Jacobsen
I studied art during high school and college, graduating from Eastern Washington University with a degree in art, and art education. Eventually I returned to school earning a degree in nursing. Since retirement, I have focused on art, during the time I lived on the island I taught numerous art classes and love to return to visit the island, and reconnect with friends. I work mainly in oils but also love pastels and watercolor. Currently I am focused on nature and plan to do a lot of plein air painting this summer.
Address: 9928 N. Seminole Dr.
Spokane WA 99208