Segment One – Drawing: Building Foundation and Capturing Creativity with Norman Ed
Class Dates: January 23, 30 & February 6, 2021
Class Time: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
“Drawing is the skill of learning to trust our eyes and experimenting in expressive mark making.” – Norman Ed
Local artist and retired teacher Norman Ed will inspire you to challenge your perspective in this three-part drawing series. Students will develop a strong foundation in observational drawing, learn about continuous/ contour line drawing, and explore other drawing techniques. Over this three-week course, young artists will create their own large-scale graphite drawing using the grid method, which is used to enlarge or compress drawings.
Student’s subject matter will be based on individual choice and expression.
All About Norman Ed
Mr. Norman Ed is a profound artist from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He is a master of various disciplines including drawing, painting, carpentry, and sculpture making to name a few. He earned his Pennsylvania Teacher’s Certificate and a bachelor’s in Fine Art in Interdepartmental Studies with a concentration in glass from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia. Mr. Norm continued his art education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, of Indiana, PA.
Eventually, he returned to the Johnstown where he became an arts education teacher at Westmont School District. He taught in the Westmont School District for 30 years! Now as a retired educator he continues to practice art focusing on mixed media sculpture design and installation.
Check our Mr. Norm’s artwork on at his Website: