Intro to Illustration

Edie Everette received a MFA from Vermont College before switching to illustration and cartooning. Her cartoons are published weekly in Seven Days: Vermont’s Independent Voice newspaper and regularly in Art Access. She has also been a contributor to Hyperallergic, Pyragraph, Third Act, 34th Parallel, and Section8 magazines as well as The Seattle Times. In 2014 she was commissioned by King County and 4Culture to create HazMatters, a comic book that explores household hazardous waste and personal responsibility.
1:30-4:30 P.M.
All Levels Welcome
Gage Capital Hill
  • 14 x 17″ (minimum size) drawing pad, 30-60# paper weight (I like Bristol)
  • Pad of color construction paper
  • #2B drawing pencil
  • Colored pencils (I like Hardtmuth brand)
  • Ink/brush/water cups
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Kneaded eraser
  • 12″ strait edge
  • Scissors
  • Laptop (if you prefer to work digitally)
  • Ruler, 12” is fine
  • White glue or glue stick
  • Various artist pencils
Explore historic and contemporary illustration as a springboard to gain conceptual chops and problem-solving skills for visual storytelling. Learn to work with materials and techniques with an emphasis on individual needs and styles.
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