Landscape Drawing with Perspective

Pera Kids
Ages 7-12

  • November 17, 2020 / 13:00

Where do sky and sea meet? How are they set apart? At sunset, where is the invisible part of the sun? The horizon line that separates sky and earth in landscape works creates a sense of perspective. We are examining Shahpour Pouyan’s formless, venue miniatures, and multiple perspective details. The workshop features a discussion on how to draw miniatures with one-point perspective, followed by a design of landscape painting with horizon line as a reference point.

Related ExhibitionMiniature 2.0: Miniature in Contemporary Art

Materials
Paper
Coloring pencils / crayons / watercolor paints
Ruler 

Duration: 40 min.

Admissions free, reservation required.
The event will be held via the Zoom Meeting app.
After the event, participants will receive a certificate of participation via e-mail.

Capacity: 50 participants
For further details:ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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