In this workshop, through exercises and studying established illustrator's work, students will learn about the principals of illustration including balance, scale, repetition, focus, unity & variety, proportion, contrast, movement, and depth. Students will complete a series of exercises in addition to a final drawing.
Meet the Instructor
Julie Griffin has a background in fine art, education, and graphic design. She brings a strong collaborative nature, sensitivity to a variety of fine arts materials, and design-thinking mindset to her work as a graphic designer and educator. She has experience working with learners of all ability levels and individually tailors her instruction to meet student goals and needs. She believes that creative thinking and artistic problem solving skills benefit students not just personally but professionally, regardless of their career path. A continual learner herself, Julie holds a BFA in Illustration from Washington University in St. Louis, a MS in Behavior Analysis from Simmons College, and a Certificate in Graphic Design from Massachusetts College of Art & Design. She has completed design and illustration work for a variety of arts and educational organizations including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Art Connection, Arrowstreet Architecture & Design, and Edenred. In her spare time, Julie loves to draw in gardens, collect samples of hand-drawn type, and practice her watercolor skills. Learn more about Julie and her work at juliegriffindesign.com
Saturday, February 2nd / 12:00pm-2:30pm @ Oficio 30 Newbury Street
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO BRING
Just yourself! All materials will be provided for this information session. Students are welcome to bring laptops as well, though it is not required.
This is an introductory class and no previous experience is required.
This workshop is $75 per student. Space is limited.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS CLASS.
Check out photos from our last Introduction to Illustration class!