You may register for one or more workshops. Workshops vary in cost. If you register for all 10 workshops, you will automatically receive a 10% discount, which will be applied to your final cost.

Workshops are held on 10 consecutive Saturdays, in various locations, beginning on April 15. Most are scheduled from 12Noon to 3:00pm -- there is one 6-hour workshop that begins at 10:00am.

Your payment will be required before your registration is complete. Payment will be processed here on the Bookwhen registration site.

Once you begin your registration process, it will remain active for 60 minutes. After 60 minutes, if you have not completed your registration, your reserved workshops will be cancelled and will be made available to other participants.

Please fill in your personal information at least once when asked. It is not necessary to complete this information each time you choose a workshop (if you choose more than one), but please do fill it in for at least one workshop.

You will receive a reminder email 6 days before your workshop(s). Please be sure to check your spam folders if you do not see an email from Bookwhen. Also, when you register, please make a note of your workshop(s) date, time, and place, just in case you do not see the reminder email.

Happy sketching!!

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May, 2017
6 Sat 12pm - 2:30pm Personalities of Urban Vehicles, with Wes Douglas
13 Sat 10am - 4pm How to Sketch Like an Architect, with Joel Berman
20 Sat 12pm - 2:30pm The Fear is Real: Sketching Humans, with Jingo de la Rosa
27 Sat 12pm - 2:30pm ArchiSketch: Lincoln Park Zoo & Garden, with Joann Sondy
3 Sat 12pm - 2:30pm Sketching the World, from Your Perspective, with Andrew Banks
10 Sat 12pm - 2:30pm City in Motion, with Lisa Flahive
17 Sat 12pm - 2:30pm Team Sketching in the City, with Peggy Condon
Times shown in timezone: Central Time (US & Canada)

Personalities of Urban Vehicles, with Wes Douglas

Saturday, 6 May, 2017   12pm - 2:30pm
623 S. Wabash Avenue, NE corner of Wabash & Balbo
Fully booked


Learn to look for hidden clues that may reveal the personality of the car (and maybe the driver), creating the building blocks for a little story by constructing vehicle sketches.


  • Students are asked to bring any art supplies with which they are already familiar
  • At the very minimum, please bring a sketchbook that is at least 8"x10", and something to draw with
  • I use markers and will be happy to give tips and tricks to students wishing additional help with markers

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