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FREE DEMO/PRESENTATION: Travel Sketching Essentials with STEPHANIE BOWER. Apr 22, 2017. 1:30-3:30pm

TRAVEL SKETCHING ESSENTIALS
with STEPHANIE BOWER

FREE DEMO/Presentation!
Saturday, April 22, 2017
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm


Join award-winning Seattle Architectural Illustrator, Teacher, Author, and Urban Sketcher Stephanie Bower to learn her best supplies, tools and tips for travel sketching. Stephanie has traveled the globe and will share some of her sketches from recent trips, talk about the light and portable equipment she uses to to create her on location sketches, and will provide a brief demo of how she starts sketches in perspective.


Stephanie has vast teaching experience including a decade at Parsons in NYC, as well as UW and Cornish College of the Arts. She teaches perspective and watercolor workshops in Seattle and globally, at Urban Sketchers symposiums in Brazil, Singapore, Manchester and this summer in Chicago, as well as two popular online courses on Craftsy.com. Go to her blog for class discount codes www.stephaniebower.blogspot.com

People from around the globe follow her work on the international Urban Sketchers blog, Flickr, Instagram and Facebook, and Stephanie’s book, the fourth in the popular Urban Sketching Handbook series, Understanding Perspective, is in stores everywhere. She is also a signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society.

Stephanie has vast teaching experience including a decade at Parsons in NYC, UW and Cornish College of the Arts. She teaches perspective and watercolor workshops in Seattle and Italy, at Urban Sketchers symposiums in Brazil, Singapore and this summer in Manchester, as well as a popular online course "Perspective for Sketchers" on Craftsy.com. People from around the globe follow her work on the international Urban Sketchers blog, Flickr, and Facebook, and her book, the fourth in the Urban Sketching Handbook series, Understanding Perspective, is in stores everywhere. She is also a signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society.

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