An Evening with Frank Lloyd Wright
Create an architectural mixed media work in an evening setting.
This lesson blends a study of Frank Lloyd Wright's design style with an analysis of the use of lights and darks in an architectural setting, encouraging participants to conceptually reverse them and render the colors to a black surface, transforming the finished piece to a nighttime image. Using only a few materials striking results can be created.
After completing this one hour webinar, participants will be able to...
- Study the work and history of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
- Analyze color, highlight and shadow.
- Use perspective and selective composition to render a Frank Lloyd Wright design.
Nadine Dresbach received her Masters and Undergraduate Degrees in Art Education from Kent State University. She began her teaching career at Canton City Schools and Kent State University in Ohio. In 1995 she was hired by Sax Arts and Crafts as an Art Consultant and Category Sales Manager representing School Specialty at conferences and professional development sessions. Nadine also creates artwork and lesson plans for the company. Her other teaching experiences include instruction and Internship Supervisor for Winthrop University in Rock Hill South Carolina as well as work for the Rock Hill and Union County School Districts and St. Anne Catholic School.