Art association to host Graffiti demonstration

2016-02-17 06:00

THE Upper Coast Art Association (USCAA) is hosting a graffiti demonstration at its monthly art meeting on 20 February, in keeping with its motto - keep art alive in our town. The artist will be Dane Knudsen.

Knudsen is a graffiti artist, master of figure drawing and lecturer in the graphic design department at Durban University of Technology. His bold, expressive use of brush strokes and texture is reminiscent of Van Gogh and the post-impressionists. His subject matter varies from lettering to nudes, birds and other creatures.

This promises to be an excellent afternoon and the public is welcome to join them at 2pm at the Toti Library Activity Centre. The cost is R25 per person.

During the morning drawing session they will be working with a combination of charcoal and blue watercolour - so bring your paper, pencils and a large watercolour brush, blue watercolour, charcoal and a container for water as well as two images of your favourite flower.

If you are a female - two portrait images of males and if you are a male, then two portrait images of females. This session costs R5 and starts at 8.50am on 20 February. This drawing class is a wonderful way to learn different techniques and new ideas. - Supplied.

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