Do you like to draw? Like bugs and skulls?
Why not combine the two and sign up for our “Drawing Bugs & Skulls: Real & Imagined” with local artist and illustrator, Dorota Haber-Lehigh?
This workshop, sponsored by the Friends of the Seaside Library, takes place at 1:00 p.m on Saturday, September 21st, 2019.
Celebrate the fall season by drawing bugs or skulls with colored pencils at the library.
This class is not for the squeamish.
Bugs-and-skulls, oh, me! Bugs-and-skulls, oh, my!
Explore basic calvaria anatomy and learn methods of color mixing/blending to create a fun and original drawing of a (ulp!) skull.
If skulls aren't your bag, Dorota can teach you to draw an arthropod which is the fancy word for (ulp!) BUG.
Instruction includes techniques to proportionally enlarge drawings and the use of bilateral symmetry to illustrate various species.
She will bring specimens of bird and animal skulls as well as a variety of bugs for reference.
Participants are encouraged to bring a favorite book on anatomy or entomology for personal reference.
Dorota Haber-Lehigh received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Pacific University with a focus on printmaking and art history. She designed, illustrated and published the children’s book, “ABC of Native Plants of the Coastal Pacific Northwest.” Ms. Haber-Lehigh is currently at work on books about native berries and wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest.
She is also a member of the Oregon Botanical Artists and the Native Plant Society of Oregon.
The course is free, however, registration is required. Sign up at the library or call 503-738-6742 to reserve a seat.
All materials will be provided.