Adult Studio Art Workshop (via Zoom)
Be inspired by Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s woodblock print, Kabuki Actor Ichikawa Danjūrō VIII as Jiraiya (center) with a Monster Toad (1852), as you create a dynamic composition in triptych form. SBMA Teaching Artist Tina Villadolid explores why drawing from the masters is a helpful exercise, where to begin on the blank page, and how lines and angles convey action and movement.
- blank paper cut into 3 uniform rectangles (6" x 4" and 4" x 3" )
- Prismacolor ebony pencil suggested, but any soft graphite pencil will work
- pencil sharpener and eraser
- View the inspiration image for this class on the Museum’s online collection
Meet Your Instructor
Tina Villadolid has been a Teaching Artist for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art for over 22 years. Connecting with the people in her community through art has brought her so much joy! Tina loves to paint with oils, sculpt with clay, create installation art, draw portraits with charcoal, and write songs. She is conversational in Spanish, has two grandchildren, is originally from New York City, and lives with her cat, Chappie James, Jr.