Sketch & Sip: A City Seen, 1945-1960
Travel back in time and learn how to add depth in sketches of people and places through the use of light and contrast. From portraits to fire hydrants, street scenes to skylines, Todd Webb used his camera to capture the many contrasts of New York City in the years following World War II. Enjoy a tour of his photographs in A City Seen: Todd Webb’s Postwar New York, 1945-1960 and then choose one to sketch under the guidance of fine artist and educator Simon Levenson.
Sketch & Sip is open to adults ages 21 years old & up, of all artistic abilities. Fee includes two drinks (wine, beer, soda, and juice will be served) and drawing materials for use during class time.
Advance registration is required. Space limited to 25 participants per class.
Simon Levenson is the drawing instructor at The National Arts Club and the founder of Drawing New York. He teaches oil painting at The Art Students League and drawing at the Museum of the City of New York and The Morgan Library and Museum. His oil paintings are represented by Cavalier Gallery. He has a permanent installation for The Metropolitan Transportation Authority at the Beach 60th Street station on the A train.
$30 for adults | $25 for seniors & students (with ID) | $20 for Museum members.
Includes Museum admission.
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