Andrea Coronil is a painter and teaching artist from the United States and Venezuela whose work acts as a form of ecofeminist celebratory protest. She has exhibited in New York, London, and at biennials and juried shows throughout Venezuela. Coronil holds a Masters in Anthropology from the New School, an MFA in Studio Art from The City College of New York CUNY, and a BA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from the University of Michigan.
In "Explorational Drawing," we will explore a range of techniques that can be used to make drawings; from turning doodles into patterns, tracing the shadows of objects, and rubbing textures onto the page. Drawing can be meditative, through making repeating shapes, and it can be an exciting way to use color to express oneself. The goal is to enjoy the process of learning to make different kinds of marks on the page. By the end we will make a coloring book with drawing prompts from the class.