Alegra Lockstad - freshman year

in the studioIn_the_Studio.html
new facesAlum_New_faces.html

Alegra Lockstad is an example of a student who enters my freshman Techniques and Theories drawing class with a healthy dose of drawing behind her. She didn’t have these skills on the first day but she had enough skills, confidence and curiosity to observe her subject matter and commit to being a dedicated student of drawing. These drawings show her assignments in linear perspective at the Basilica of St Mary’s Church in Minneapolis, planar analysis drawings of common gourds and potatoes and the slow layering process of structuring the human head in portrait drawing. Please don’t miss the expressive self-portrait at the bottom - she didn’t complete that in my class but it’s a great example of how she’s employed these skills in an independent way.