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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

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4.1.25

Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Tracing and Lines with Ulrike Müller

04 Feb 2019

[No. 25] Three drawing propositions

Conducted by Ulrike Müller, participant, Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018, Leon A. Arkus Library, Carnegie Museum of Art

Ulrike Müller, a participant, speaks to the participants of the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session: Tracing and Lines in the Leon A. Arkus Library at Carnegie Museum of Art

The participants start drawing as Ulrike Müller.

Participants draw around a long table at the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session: Tracing and Lines in the Leon A. Arkus Library at Carnegie Museum of Art

Another picture of participants drawing around a long table.

Ulrike Müller discusses drawing theory to the participants.

A Guide, one of the publications for the Carnegie International and a program from the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session: Tracing and Lines sits on the table while participants draw around it.

Participants drawing at the event.

Another shot of participants drawing.

A crumpled up piece of paper with contour lines drawn on it.

Drawing of lines and a copy of the Guide sit on the table at the Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session: Tracing and Lines

Participants keep their eyes closed as the touch their faces as a part of contour drawing practice.

A participant holds up a drawing while the participant to her left holds up her phone with an image.

Participants sit and draw each other's drawings.

Another picture of participants sitting and drawing each other's drawings.

The participants work on drawing still life.

Another shot of participants drawing each other.

Drawings of still life of a person wearing a beanie.

Still life drawings of Ulrike Müller.

Still life drawings of a girl.

Another picture of the same still life drawings of the girl from before.