Waimea Artists’ Guild (WAG) will present a four-week “Visual Fundamentals” drawing workshop taught by professional artist Marshall Leonard Kary, Jr., at the WAG workspace in Waimea. Part of the spring ‘Ohana in the Arts workshop series, all Visual Fundamentals class sessions take place on Fridays: 5-6:30 p.m. for children 6-12, and 7-9 p.m. for age 13 through adults. (Parents may drop children off).
An award-winning artist and photographer, Kary is also an instructor at the UH West Hawaii Campus, whose paintings, prints, embossings and paper sculptures have been exhibited in prestigious Hawai‘i and California galleries since the 1970’s. His workshop will explore the dynamics of drawing, including line, form, texture and shape, using a variety of tools and papers.
We were very pleased with the enthusiastic response to our premier ‘Ohana in the Arts workshop series – Printmaking with Geoffrey Mundon,” said WAG co-director Beth Mehau. “And Marshall’s drawing classes…
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