Walking and Sketching in Jane Austen’s Time

Presented by Lee Kline

Before cameras, a single young lady or gentleman’s personal memories might have been recorded in a small sketchbook.  The medium was often pencil, pen and ink or watercolor.  He or she may have sketched members of his or her family, country scenes or perhaps a certain young woman or young man.
Lee Kline, a retired graphic designer, has kept a sketchbook for many years.  Please join him for a two-hour class in The Art of the Sketchbook.

Although you may feel free to choose any subject to draw in any medium, you may want to Google the sketches of John Constable, an artist of that time.
Lee will bring along some of his sketchbooks and samples of early 19th-century sketches for you to inspect.

Location TBA

Saturday, February 11, 2023
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Limited to 12 people.

$20.00 per person (sketchbooks & supplies not provided)

Suggested supplies to bring with you:
 Pencils with various weight soft leads. (2-B to 4-B)
 Kneaded eraser, Black ink ballpoint pen
 Small, pocket-size sketchbook