Instructor: Daniel Stewart

No image available Biography: Mr. Stewart has extensive interest and experience with color theory and color interaction, as both a physical and a symbolic/expressive phenomena, as it pertains to both fine art and communicative design.Mr. Stewart has exhibited paintings and other fine art objects extensively in a 30 year career as a fine artist, throughout the Mid-west, as well as the rest of the country and Canada. His work is currently part of the permanent collection of the Toledo Museum of Art.

Classes by this instructor


DRAWING 1: MATERIALS AND METHODS
In this introductory drawing course, students define the basic methods and principles of applied volumetric drawing with perspective and form, and rapid concept development through the visual description of imagined and observed objects using line variance, value, and composition.
September 3, 2024 to December 12, 2024, W*213