New Workshop – Saturday, October 13, 2018

9:00-12:30 • Southern Arts Society

What exactly IS scratchboard – and how do you use it?
Join us at Southern Arts Society  for a hands-on learning experience with ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED!

This workshop will provide a brief overview of the medium, its history, its tools, and techniques, how to add color, and how to protect finished scratchboard drawings. Each student will receive two small scratchboards to use and keep after the class; scratch tools, ink, and brushes will be provided for their use during class.

This class will provide hands-on experience in two basic scratchboard methods: vignette drawing on a white
background and drawing on a solid black background.

Cost: $50 for Southern Arts Society members
$55 for non-members
Experience: No experience necessary – suitable for both beginning and intermediate levels.
Materials: Included in cost
Location: Southern Arts Society, 301 N. Piedmont Ave., Kings Mountain, NC 28086
To Register: contact Southern Arts, Society, Inc.
 at
  04-739-5585 or 
[email protected]


Previous Workshops

introduction to scratchboard

 

Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 – I held my first scratchboard class at the Southern Arts Society in Kings Mountain in the upper gallery. Students made two common types of scratchboard drawings: black background and silhouette. Check out the workshop drawings:

Jennifer Borja works on foo dog drawing

Left: Jennifer Borja works on her foo dog scratchboard drawing. Right: Kittens and Foo Dog drawings

Cass Roberts works on foo dog drawing

Left: Cass Roberts works on her foo dog scratchboard drawing. Right: Charlotte Greenway Landscape and Foo Dog drawings

Lynn Hall drawing foo dog

Left: Lynn Hall begins her foo dog scratchboard drawing. Right: Kittens and Foo Dog drawings

Jewel Reavis works on foo dog drawing

Left: Jewel Reavis works on her foo dog scratchboard drawing. Right: Charlotte Greenway and Foo Dog drawings.