Updated Dates: Jan 11- Mar 15 (10 weeks) Schedule: Tuesdays, 4- 5:30pm (1.5 hrs per class) Drawing is a learnable skill. Your skills will be improved as you learn basic principles and then get some practice. In this class, participants will learn realistic drawing and observational skills that help with drawing any subject they are interested in. We will cover the study of line, linear perspective, light and shade, form and proportion and much more. Projects will include linear perspective study, still lives, portraits, figures, landscapes, and fantasy arts projects, to name just a few. All levels welcome, differentiated instruction available Instructor: Anita Sulimanovic is an artist and educator living and working in Alameda, CA. Anita holds an MFA from Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland and a BA in Sculpture from The Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb, Croatia. She has been teaching art for 25+ years, including at the Edinburgh College of Art, the Oakland School For the Arts, and at several schools in the Bay Area. She received classical European training in drawing, painting, applied arts, and design, and has a strong background in art education and art history. Since 2008, she has taught youth and adults studio-art disciplines and art history at the art school she founded in Alameda. Anita has exhibited internationally since 1994. www.anitasulimanovic.com.