Online Art Workshop: CARNIVOROUS PLANTS IN INK: 9 April 2022 (Beginners to Advanced)
Learn all about carnivorous plants and how to illustrate your favourite specimens in ink!
During our online tutorial, participants will learn new and interesting facts about carnivorous plants, their diversity, ecology and morphology. Anna will give examples of different drawing ink techniques and explain how to draw different textures. Students will learn the difference between various art styles, the requirements of different types of illustration in ink, and how to produce a scientifically accurate illustration of a carnivorous plant.
Date: 9 April 2022
Day/Times: Saturday 10.00am - 11.30am
The tutor will explain the diversity, origin, ecology and morphology of different carnivorous plants. Anna will give a few examples of different textures and explain how to draw them in ink. Students will learn how to produce an initial drawing of an object, how to scale it what to include in composition, and then learn how to transfer it on paper and produce a beautifully scientifically accurate illustration in ink. After the tutorial all students will be asked to produce a finished ink drawing of any carnivorous plant of their own choosing using the techniques they learned during the lesson. They will have 3 weeks to finish their drawing and send them to the tutor for feedback.
Suitable for people aged 16+: beginners with some drawing experience through to advanced level students interested in learning about carnivorous plant illustration.
Via Zoom Online Art Class: once you have registered, you will receive an email with a materials list and details on how to join the online class.
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About the tutor:
Anna holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Ecology and a PhD in Botany. She is a professional scientist, scientific illustrator, botanical artist and wildlife illustrator. A member of the Botanical Art Society of Australia and Wildlife Art Society of Australasia. She exhibits and takes part in organisation of Australian and International botanical exhibitions Her artworks and scientific illustrations are well known and very often highly commended during various events and exhibitions (Margaret Flockton Awards 2021, Flora: The Art and Science of the Plant 2019, etc).
Anna currently resides in Sydney and works on a restoration of critically endangered plant communities as a professional Botanist and Bush Regenerator.
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