Meet Paul Ingold! Workshop 16: Light & Shadow – Urban Sketching with Pen and Watercolor
Paul has a B.A. in Design (Visual Communications) and has been a UX/Visual designer in the corporate world for over 10 years. Paul currently works within a corporate design team that helps build web solutions used by many fortune 500 companies.
Paul first started taking private oil painting lessons in the third grade. Since then, he has been fascinated with both scientific and simple watercolor illustrations. Paul was introduced to urban sketching about five years ago when he stumbled upon The Art of Urban Sketching by Gabriel Campanario. He met the USk Chicago group at the Lincoln Park Zoo shortly afterward and the rest is history!
Today Paul focuses on honing his urban sketcher skills using micron pens and watercolor.
When he is not building web sites or filing pages in a sketchbook, Paul likes to spend time at the lake with his dog (Scout), run marathons, bike, hike, camp, fish, and do pretty much anything outdoors!
In the future, Paul hopes to attend more USk workshops, classes, and events outside of Chicagoland and, inspired by his experience at the the 2017 Symposium in Chicago, perhaps even attend another USk International Symposium.