Contact Christy at 404 217-2021 or email@example.com to save your spot. Space is limited to seven artists.
Deborah Ervin Kramb captures that golden light.
Vin Gleespen creates values with neutral tint
Vin's WIP, "Lava Leaf".
Susan Loeb uses a dry brush technique.
Catharine Kuchar creates a fall composition.
Deborah mixes neutral tint with cadmium yellow.
Russula emetica by C.B. Knight
Natural Science Illustration Workshops for Adults at Blue Heron Nature Preserve Engage the senses as you take a sojourn in the field and studio. In a step-by-step process, Christy Knight reveals the tools and techniques garnered from a lifetime of experience as an award-winning illustrator, providing both group and individual guidance for the naturalist artist of any ability level. A list of basic suggested materials will be provided upon registration and the workshop includes an overview of preferred brands and trade secrets. Each season offers direction on illustrating with fresh mediums and subjects.
Capturing Golden Light
Adults interested in quality time in the field and studio will have the opportunity to work with award-winning naturalist artist, Christy Knight, at Blue Heron Nature Preserve this fall. On the lookout for signs of the golden season, artists will draw and paint berries, mushrooms, leaves and other treasures using traditional watercolor and colored pencil techniques. All levels of experience are welcome! A small list of basic art supplies will be provided upon registration.
Engage the senses as you take a sojourn in the field and studio. The foundation of all our classes, workshops and camps began with this professional, private instruction which has been developed and taught by Christy Knight over the last twenty years. Christy reveals the tools and techniques garnered from a lifetime of experience as an illustrator and artist, building technical skills and championing your unique voice.
Private lessons are professionally tailored to the specific needs of the Artist. Lesson time may include drawing exercises, painting techniques, botanical studies, portraiture, color theory, art history, all of the above or other. The lesson format establishes a routine much like one would for sports where there are warm up exercises, practice, new skills learned and a cool down routine.
Artists leave class confident, refreshed and inspired.