Still Life Drawing
Still Life Drawing is a creative drawing activity book filled with quick, achievable and fun exercises from graphic artist and designer Alice Oehr. It takes inspiration from the traditions of still life drawing, helping you to create artworks with what you have on hand and encouraging you to slow down and notice the world around you.
So many people say they can't draw, but everyone can. Still Life Drawing reminds us that putting pen to paper is a simple pleasure, available to anyone. And when it comes to combining colours, playing with pattern and exploring shapes, there are no rules.
|Dimensions||22.23 x 2.6 x 17.65cm|
|Fabric & material||Paperback|
|No. of Pages||288|
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Since the dawn of time, humans have drawn the items that surround them. Ancient Roman paintings of fruits and flowers kicked off a tradition adopted by artists from Caravaggio to Van Gogh. Still life requires us to pay attention to often-overlooked details - an art in itself. Colours, patterns and textures are everywhere, and the shape of the coffee cup on our desk or the orange of a pumpkin at the market can spark all kinds of ideas.
With Still Life Drawing learn to: Use uncomplicated techniques to represent objects on paper, Experiment with pattern and colour, Create texture with different mediums: collage, paint or even pixels, Take the time to appreciate the small things and build creativity into your routines, And of course use artistic license and find your own style.