Drawn Lines

April 1, 2018

ART is for everyone!

Art is fun and easy, we all have the ABILITY.

Each day a different style of line will be drawn in a simple sketch book as I did for an Art Drawing Project. This how-to-study will helps us see drawn lines that are around us.

Come on the journey with line. Get you pen, pencil, crayons, pastels, chalks, and your a sketch book. If you do not have a sketch book, we will make one. The paper can be large or small.

Tomorrow we make a skekchbook. Or, if you rather just a piece of paper, or a post-it pad, any pad for making simple sketches. Remember the larger the size of paper, the more time spent on making simple sketches.When done with our study, you will have many works of ART!

Assignment: Draw 20 lines we use and see daily. WORDS are lines.

8 comments:

~Lee~ said...

I love your theme -- Art IS for everyone and everyone should have an opportunity to create & enjoy art!

Iain Kelly said...

Sounds intriguing, look forward to learning more tomorrow.

Bobbie Kinkead said...

Yes, Art is for everyone, and all of us can be artist - like learning to walk or speak. Art does rules and principles, which are easy and basic and applies to all art. Line is my favorite.

cheryl lennox said...

It makes me sad when people say they can't draw. I can't imagine not doodling and playing with art supplies. It's time for me to get off the computer and draw some lines!

Bobbie Kinkead said...

Cheryl and Lain thank-you, please come again--> love the company.

Cathy Kennedy said...

Your prompts are inspiring. Art sketching has become a favorite passion since last year's challenge and I'm delighted that I finally reconnected with this love.

Curious as a Cathy
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Alana said...

So happy to have found your site, thanks to A to Z! I'm bookmarking you so that I can come back for a nice long visit next week, when the kids are back in school, and I have my art journal open and ready for some fun!!

:) Alana (also posting A to Z, over at www.ofloveandlight.org ... You'll find a bit of art and creativity over there too, as well as other thoughts and ideas adjacent to creativity!)

Bobbie Kinkead said...

Alana, a special thanks to you for liking what I have done, and possibly say. I get into how we need to practice because we need to understand what is happening between our seeing, thinking, hand and fingers and the materials. ENJOY! Glad you are an artist!