Fundamentals of Observational DRAWING for Teens

Drawing is learning how to see! Once your drawing skills develop, more creative doors can open for you! Take our ‘Fundamentals of Drawing for Teens’ to work on those skills in this supportive and focused environment, which will give you the time and guidance to really hone your drawing skills! Learning to draw can be both fun and rewarding, but also frustrating when you don’t have the skills to draw what you want. This workshop will allow students to explore various mediums and techniques that will ultimately improve their understanding of light, value, and form – which is especially useful for students who would like to build an art portfolio. 

  • Fridays, January 27 -March 3 
  • 3:30 – 5:00 pm
  • 6 weeks
  • Grades 8-12
  • Tuition:$155 / $135 member price 
  • Instructor: Jason R. LeClair
  • All materials are included. Bringing a sketchbook is always encouraged!

“Drawing what you see is often difficult. This class will give you the observational tools to draw  what is right in front of you. You’ll create drawings using subjects like simple objects to complex arrangements using a variety of materials and methods.” – Jason Robert LeClair


About your instructor: Jason Robert LeClair has his Masters in Art Education from the University of Florida. He is also an honors graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, MA with his BFA in Media and Performing arts. A multi-faceted artist, he is equally comfortable behind a pencil, airbrush, keyboard, or table saw, Mr. LeClair currently teaches art at Cumberland High School and has been an instructor for the Continuing Education program at the Rhode Island School of Design since 2013.

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