For more information about me (Linda; hello, aloha) and my art, browse through pages to view my art images, resume or CV, list of events (including workshops, shows, and lectures), and information on purchasing sets, prints, gift cards, and originals. My work can be purchased at selected retail outlets, from this website (see gallery page), and can also be seen and purchased at Chimera Gallery, on Lopez Island, Washington State.
Four In-Person, Single-Day Botanical Art Workshops
with Linda Ann Vorobik,
PhD Botanist and Botanical Artist
at SKEA (http://skea.org/; 808-328-9392). Scroll down for registration links
I have much experience in guiding participants to further their own goals, while at the same time introducing new tips and techniques. My goal in teaching is to help participants select challenges appropriate for their skill level, so that they can complete as much work as possible within the workshop. I encourage each individual to participate in the learning process: we all have so much to share and contribute.
October 21, 22, 23, and 24; Thursday through Sunday. Hawaii I have missed you! After consulting with my host in Hawaii and the director of SKEA.org, where I offer these workshops, and having been fully vaccinated, we all decided it was safe for me to travel and offer workshops after a 2 year absence from the Big Island. I have changed my proposed two weekend workshop format to four individual days, 11 am - 4 pm, as follows. Sign up on a first-come, first-serve basis, limit 8 participants, pay on link below, or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
What to Bring: For supplies bring what you have, but at minimum pencil, pencil sharpening (if not using a mechanical pencil), white plastic eraser, metric ruler, magnifier (glass, hand lens, or your phone!), any sketch pad or sketching paper (9 by 12 inches or smaller), a pallete or plate to use as a palette, two containers for water, brushes and paints if you have them. I will supplement the rest. Please scroll down for more about supplies.
Thursday, Oct. 21: Introduction to botanical watercolor: getting started.
Outline of basic structure of a plant, perspective for drawings, with the exercise of drawing and painting leaves, including how to draw, and the use of paper, brushes, and paints for watercolor. For those who have no watercolor experience, several exercises are presented to get you up-to-speed! The principles used in this workshop are basic to all botanical art.
Participants are encouraged to bring in different leaf samples from their gardens to work from.
Supplies: See the PDF for a list of supplies used in my Botanical Art Workshops, or a three
page list of references with comments. Before taking a workshop, it would be very helpful to read my blog entry on supplies.
If you do need to or wish to purchase supplies, I am very impressed with Akamai Art; their selection of materials is excellent, and the ladies are very helpful.
More information: See my VBA Workshops page or contact me at email@example.com for more information. All workshops are done so in a "Covid-Safe" manner, following state requirements for masking. Thank you for your cooperation: we want to keep all safe. Mahalo.
Write to Linda at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be on her email mailing list,
or if you would
like to schedule a show or workshop in your area. Thank you!.
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