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Workshop: Urban Sketching with Eileen P. Goldenberg

Saturday, 6/11/2022
11:00 - 12:00
West Portal Front Courtyard
West Portal
Address

190 Lenox Way
San Francisco, CA 94127
United States

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Join artist Eileen P. Goldenberg in the art of urban sketching. Goldenberg shows materials to create a portable sketch kit. Learn basic drawing skills and practice sketching on location in the courtyard of West Portal Branch. Registration required. Call (415) 355-2886 to register beginning May 28

 

Eileen P. Goldenberg is a fulltime artist who works in a few different mediums, painting with tempered beeswax, hand thrown porcelain and urban sketching with ink and watercolor. She has been teaching art with enthusiasm for over 45 years and loves using fountain pens to create her lively urban sketches. Goldenberg has won many awards, most recently “Best of Show” at the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival. She lives in San Francisco. 

Connect: Eileen P. Goldenberg - Website I Eileen P. Goldenberg - Facebook I Eileen P. Goldenberg - Instagram


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