Plants of the BSM National Monument Region: Create Your Own “Field Guide” Illustration
Tuleyome is assisting the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators with a three-day field guide illustration workshop in Woodland. We’ll be leading the outdoor activity on the first day, and the rest of the time will be spent indoors at the Woodland Library. The workshop is limited to 15 people. Early-bird registration ends August 18th. This is a PAID event, but some scholarships are available through the registration link.
You must register through this link: https://form.jotform.us/71971637787171
Celebrate California native plants, especially the plants of the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Region! Join professional botanical illustrator Marjorie Leggitt for a three-day workshop that will increase your observational skills, your drawing techniques, and your ability to develop and complete an illustrated “field guide” composition in a medium of choice.
Begin the workshop with a guided field trip introducing native plant communities. After Marjorie demonstrates her field sketching technique for recording botanical data, spend time observing and sketching before collecting a favorite specimen. In the classroom learn step-by-step techniques for developing your sketches into more accurate renderings. Discover the magic of turning these drawings into an artistic and well-designed composition. Introduction to a few simple tools, offers you the option to add scales and labels to your illustration.
One-on-one guidance, instruction, and group input help you in your journey to create a final piece of art.
Note: This workshop emphasizes the process of on-site recording and composition development. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of their medium of choice.
All participants agree to abide by the terms and conditions of Tuleyome’s waiver of liability which can be seen and downloaded HERE. All participants also understand that photographs will be taken at the event. If you do not wish to be photographed, you must tell the photographer and avoid the cameras’ line of sight.
|Location||Woodland Public Library, 250 1st St, Woodland, CA 95695|