Eric Williams is a Kingston based urban illustrator, graphic artist and designer. Inspired by street art and skateboard culture, his art could be described as lowbrow surrealism and often relies on representation to convey concept.
As a sales associate at Art Noise, Eric has a deep understanding of a breadth of art materials and techniques.
He received his BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) with a minor in illustration and drawing.
ART NOISE WORKSHOPS
Drawing in three dimensions is an important step towards rendering anything realistically. Drawing in perspective is all about tricking the eye into thinking that your drawing occupies 3D space.
In this 2 hour class students will be introduced to the techniques used to create the illusion of three dimensional space on a two dimensional sheet of paper.
Anyone from a teenager who wants to learn to draw, to the established artists looking to better understand how we see the world, will benefit from this class.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 1-3pm
COST: $30 + tax all materials included