Drawing for Fun
Challenging belief, or what we believe we see, is a recurring theme in the classes and workshops Moore teaches. “I’m like a fitness coach,” Moore chuckles, “I get students moving with exercises to build their skills in drawing and painting, then we do the “yoga” part where students learn to stretch how and what they perceive.”
Originally from Texas, Moore has lived in the Seattle area since 1990. She received her BA in art from West Texas A&M University then continued her study of painting at Bruchion School in Los Angeles, CA and Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, WA.
Kathleen Moore is a teaching artist at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle where she teaches beginning drawing and landscape painting. Moore delights in encouraging people to draw in outreach projects at Gage, such as Pop-up Drawing Jams and Drink & Draw events.
Gage Capitol Hill
- 1 SKETCHBOOK: no smaller than 9″X12″ up to 11″ x 14″. Choose either: 65 lb – 90 lb –110 lb. weight of paper. Be sure the sketchbook has at least one hard sided cardboard backing and has a spiral binding.
Some good brands to choose from:
- CANSON Drawing paper book (black hard sided cover and backing boards, spiral bound)
- CANSON Classic Drawing ; 24 sheets; 90 lb; cream/white
- ROBERT BATEMAN, Cover Series; 50 sheets; 110 lb
- 1 pkg compressed charcoal sticks
- 1 fine point felt-tip pen – Sakura Pigma Micron Pen Size 03 = Point Size 0.35 mm is great!
- Graphite pencils: 2H, 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B
- 1 white plastic eraser–STAEDLER / MARS BRAND is best
- 1 kneaded eraser
- 1 small chamois
- pencil sharpener
- sun protection
Join us in a stress-free creative environment that allows you to sit back, relax and enjoy drawing! Learn how to handle charcoal, pencil, and pen while working with composition, value, and form. We’ll help you grow your confidence as you hone your skill. A little art history and a lot of fun included!