Katy Ann Gilmore Visual artist living and working in Los Angeles. Working in sculpture, installation, and drawing/painting, Her work is currently influenced heavily by topography and the relationship between 2D, perpendicular planes and their distortions into 3D space. Images and text via Katy Ann Gilmore
LESSON 1: Objective- Students use brushes and india ink/acrylic to create strokes. Then create a silhouette by photographing each student. Students use these photos & the grid method to draw their silhouette (or a models) onto the painting. Fill in the negative space to create a silhouette similar to this example using black or white backgrounds.