Techniques in Dip Pen and Ink (via Zoom)

Ages 18+

Tuesday, July 12, 2022
July 12, 13, 19 and 20 | 9 AM – 11:30 PM

Long desired for its bold contrasts and crisp lines, ink drawing has been prized by artists from around the world for centuries. Drawing inspiration from the Crocker’s collection of drawings and Wayne Thiebaud: A Celebration, 1920–2021, create your own bold work while gaining skills in hatching, stippling, and ink wash.

Instructor: Daphne Burgess is an African American artist from Sacramento whose work has been shown in galleries and museums, including the Brickhouse Art Gallery, Sojourner Truth African Heritage Museum, Sacramento State University, Crocker Art Museum, and the African American Museum and Library. Her background is layered with art practice, community service, and a commitment to increasing access to creative experiences. Burgess now lives in Alabama and opened a gallery and studio, Gallery 157, in January 2020 with a goal to increase access to art experiences through exhibitions, workshops and collaboration.


$90 Members
$110 Nonmembers

Online reservations are currently unavailable. To register for this class, please email the Crocker's Studio Experiences Manager Emma Moore at

This class is virtual and takes place on Zoom.

Materials are not provided for virtual classes. For a list of materials required, click here.

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