Art Workshops Help Adults Who ‘Can’t Draw’

Art Workshops Help Adults Who ‘Can’t Draw’
Design

Neil Powell created a series of workshops to encourage adults who feel they lack artistic talent

Zack Palm
  • 17 january 2018

Anyone who doesn’t feel like they can create art may want to give their talent another try with a new series of workshops offered by artist Neil Powell. Powell titled the classes ‘But I Can’t Draw,’ wanting to encourage participants who feel they have no talent for art to sign up.

The course is broken into four workshops, each of which highlight a particular art style. The focuses are Papier-mâché, Transfer on Paper, Mixed Media Collage and Handmade Stationery. Each workshop lasts four hours, and all of them take place in Powell’s workshop in Brooklyn.

Those interested in attending the workshops can email Powell using the contact information on his website or check the calendar for online bookings.

But I Can’t Draw

Anyone who doesn’t feel like they can create art may want to give their talent another try with a new series of workshops offered by artist Neil Powell. Powell titled the classes ‘But I Can’t Draw,’ wanting to encourage participants who feel they have no talent for art to sign up.

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+arts & culture
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+Design
+Education
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