Experiments in Mark Making: Drawing the Natural World

Saturday, March 14, 2020, 10 am-1 pm

A Workshop with Todd Mrozinski

Experiments in Mark Making: Drawing the Natural World
A Workshop with Todd Mrozinski
Saturday, March 14, 2020 – 10 am-1 pm

Fee: $42/$38 members
Registration: This workshop will be rescheduled. For info on future sessions, sign up for our email newsletter.

Students will experiment in the studio with a variety of media, such as graphite, vine and compressed charcoal, Conté crayons, and ink as they draw natural objects gathered from the Lynden's grounds. Students will set up their own gathered still life, and then focus on light, composition and proportion. All materials provided, and open to all levels.

About Todd Mrozinski
Todd Mrozinski acquired his BFA in painting and drawing from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 1997 where he was the recipient of a Fredrick Layton Scholarship and attended The New York Studio Program. The natural elements, shadows, and his immediate surroundings are Mrozinski’'s subject matter. His work is produced in series: each series relates symbolically to his life experience and grows out of present day observation and inspiration. He was the 2015-16 Pfister Artist-in-Residence and curator of The Pfister Pop-Up Gallery. His work is in public and private collections internationally. Todd is a contributing art writer for Urban Milwaukee and Artdose Magazine. He is an art educator and teaches in the Continuing Education Department at MIAD. He and his wife, Renee Bebeau, have a studio in The Nut Factory in Milwaukee, WI.


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