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Den Scheer

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In the Beech Forest - Den Scheer

Den Scheer

  • Artist
  • Author
  • Illustrator

Den L. Scheer grew up on an isolated farm near Grass Patch, WA, before moving to Northam when she was 8 years old.

Graduating from St Hildas ASG in 2010, she now studies Fine Art at Curtin University. Her works of writing have been published since 2008, and from 2008-2010 she won several Young Australian Artist of the Year Awards.

Her debut picture book, In the Beech Forest, written by Gary Crew, was released in May 2012.

talks and workshops

Den teaches a number of aspects of art including: art theory focussing on using working lines and shapes, perspective, light and shadow, and utilising tone in black and white drawings; the basics of monoprinting and dry point etching as drawing media; painting with watercolour; animal and human anatomy; the process of designing a picture utilising photo references; and imaginative vs. observational drawing.

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