Saturday, April 22, 2023
11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Have you ever wanted to record the details of a spring flower before it fades? This workshop teaches how to observe and create realistic botanical art, using colored pencils with watercolor colored pencils. Demonstrations will review how to capture intimate botanical details through the use of foundational principles such as proportion, form, perspective, tone, value, and basic color theory. These techniques provide students with an opportunity to connect and capture nature’s beauty. This class is open to all skill levels.
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For new students: Bring $5.25 (cash only) to defray the cost of a sheet of Dura-Lar matte film and flowers.
For repeat students: Bring $2.00 (cash only).
Registration is not finalized until your payment information has been received by the Arts Coordinator.
- To ensure a seat, and that classes will not be canceled due to low enrollment, registrations should be completed no later than 1 week prior to the course start date. After that time, prospective registrants must call the Studio Art Coordinator at 973.971.3700 EXT 3729 at least 24 hours beforehand to check availability and provide preferred payment information.
- Morris Museum reserves the right to cancel any class before the start date. If for any reason a course is canceled, all registrants will be notified about a week prior to the start of the course.
If you have questions about classes or registration, please contact:
Phone: 973.971.3700 EXT 3729 ask for Arts Coordinator, Kailyn Cavaluzzo
Email: [email protected]