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Class/Workshop Details

Next Level Still Life Sketching

Next Level Still Life Sketching

Friday (9:30 am) 07/30/21 to Saturday (3:30 pm) 07/31/21

Friday/Saturday | Includes all materials | Instructor Dixon Fish | Register by July 27

Fallbrook School of the Arts
310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | email
In Historic Downtown Fallbrook


Sketching a still life doesn't have to mean drawing bowls of fruit.  Join Instructor Dixon Fish as you learn the process of making realistic drawings from unconventional still life groupings and take your charcoal sketches to the next level.  Dixon will show you techniques to sharpen your drawing skills in this final workshop in his sketching series.  You will also learn how to choose what to draw as well as the variety of papers available to draw them on.  No previous experience is necessary  By the end of the two days, Dixon guarantees you'll leave the workshop with a drawing you will be proud to frame!  All materials included. You are welcome to brink a sack lunch to be enjoyed on our back deck during the 45-minute midday break.


Materials To Bring

Apron or oversized shirt, notepad, water bottle & sack lunch.

July 30-31, 2021 (Friday/Saturday)

9:30am - 3:30pm

$130 includes all materials

All Skill Levels - Adults

Registration Deadline:  July 27, 2021

Fallbrook Arts, Inc. Covid Policy Update 6/24/21:  If you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required.  Otherwise, masks are required at all times at the Fallbrook School of the Arts.

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Next Level Still Life Sketching
Next Level Still Life Sketching
Age Group(s):
All Skill Levels
N. Dixon Fish

N. Dixon Fish

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Monday - Saturday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Sunday & major holidays

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