Colored Pencils are a fun, safe and portable way to express oneself artistically. They are easy for the beginning artist and a meditative change of pace for the painter or graphite artist. The drawing classes focus on basics of color theory and color application and on the elements of botanical illustration.
Learn to mix and blend colors and use the pencils to create tone and hue. Classes cover a variety of techniques including blending, burnishing and impressed line while focusing on the flora and fruit of the season.
On going classes:
Drawing Nature, Ongoing weekly classes
Tuesday afternoons, 1-3:30
Wednesday mornings, 9-11:30
Tuesdays mornings 9-12
Please contact Nina for availability in any of these classes
Upcoming one, two and three day workshops in 2017:
All drawing levels are welcome.
In one day workshops we focus on one a seasonal flower(or leaf or fruit) , do color studies and draw and color our specimen. The focus is on colored pencil techniques, color and value and drawing. Most one day classes are 5- 6 hours with a break for lunch. Specimens to draw are provided or you can bring your own. A supply list (see above) is provided.
Drawing Flowers, Fruits, and Leaves
Filoli Gardens , Woodside, One day and three day workshops
Colored Pencil I, Thurs., Fri., Sat, April 13, 14, 15, 9:30- 3:30
Colored Pencil II, Thurs., Fri., Sat, July 13, 14, 15, 9:30- 3:30
Textures in Colored Pencil, Thursday, September 21st, 9:30- 3:30
Laguna de Santa Rosa
Drawing Autumn Colors
Saturday, September 30, 2017, 10-3
Santa Rosa Junior College
Drawing Autumn Leaves
Saturday, October 28, 10-3
San Francisco Botanical Garden
Drawing the Cloud Forest
Thursday, November 9th, 10-3
Point Reyes Field Institute
(415) 663-1200 x307
Colors of Fall
Saturday, December 2nd, 10-3:30
Eldorado Nature Center, Long Beach, Winter 2018
Saturdays, January 13 and February 10
Sign up first Tuesday in November 562.570.1745