January classes will be at Muscoot Farm, a beautiful winter setting! Classes will be in the Activity Building (the second building in the photograph).
Thursday classes – January 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th from noon-3pm $180.00
Saturday Watercolor Workshop classes – January 7th, 14th and 21st $150.00
For information on Muscoot Farm – http://www.muscootfarm.org
Today at Muscoot
Tomorrow is suppose to be the hottest day of the week! This week we will meet at the farm on Thursday, when it is suppose to be a few degrees cooler….
See you this Thursday from 9:30-12:30. Don’t forget to bring water, sun hats and sunblock and your art materials 🙂
Drawing Trees with Dick Rauh
Most of you have heard me rave about Dick Rauh, his incredible talent, his generosity as a teacher and his contributions to the world of botanical art. With the friendly prompting of my student Lynda a workshop has finally been arranged!
Saturday, June 6th from 10am to 3:30pm
$50.00 for the day, deadline for payment on May 23rd (no refunds)
Supply list will be posted a few weeks prior to the date.
Should be a wonderful day of sketching trees at Lasdon with the master!
Looks like the weather is not going to allow a morning of drawing at the farm tomorrow. There will be another attempt to draw this coming Friday morning from 9-12. Hoping for a some sunshine by the end of the week :O) Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on coming Friday.
Watercolor paper journal or pad. Comfortable size to carry…and work on in you lap or holding in your hands. If you want to participate in the art show at the end of the summer you may want to use a pad with removable pages. If you are not going to play with watercolors than regular sketch journal or pad will be fine.
Micron fine tip pen (black) tip o1, 02, 03 are good choices :0) Click on chart for a clear image….
pen point chart
If you want to play with color bring some water color color pencils and a Water Brush Pen…ready to go (filled with water).
These supplies are available at local art stores and craft stores.
Bring water for drinking and a camp chair or camp stool for sitting. There is a lovely picnic table under a large tree which is also a shady place to get out of the sun and draw :O)
Lasdon has a new web link at http://lasdonpark.org where you can sign up for notifications of all upcoming events at the park. When you get to the page click on the on “Lasdon eClub” in the left hand column of the page. You can also join Friends of Lasdon, visit the shop to see what’s new on the new Lasdon Park page.
If you want to be informed of upcoming lectures and workshops please sign up for the Lasdon eClub notifications.
The magnolias have begun to bloom! In another week or two they will be in full force =)
The workshop went well….lots of color theory and learning how to work with the medium while using a limited pallet. I hope to run this workshop again in June and a second follow-up workshop where we can apply what has been learned to subjects. Thanks everyone for coming!
“This color wheel is not my own but from an unnamed internet source.”
Val Webb, a friend and fellow artist/teacher offers some very nice workshops online. I have been taking them myself =) You never stop learning! They are nicely presented, well thought out, reasonably priced and fun 🙂 http://valwebb.wordpress.com/2012/10/03/new-online-course-draw-paint-six-culinary-herbs/#comment-2823
Her current workshop is Drawing and Painting 6 Culinary Herbs.