Experience the pleasure of drawing spring flowers in a beautiful garden setting, guided by notable artist Carol Ann Morley. Sitting among the irises, peonies and poppies of Hollister House Garden, you will draw in a sketchbook with graphite and colored pencils and learn to capture the natural way flowers grow.
This workshop will take place in the garden and the barn at Hollister House Garden. The first day will begin with a graphite and colored pencil technique class and then move into the garden for on-site drawing. Day two combines more drawing in the garden and studies in the classroom. A materials list will be included with your reservation confirmation. Bring a bag lunch and sun hat! Beverages and snacks will be provided.
Carol Ann Morley is an accomplished botanical artist and teacher whose work is in museum collections. In 1985 she founded the Botanical Art and Illustration program at New York Botanical Garden and was the program coordinator there for 8 years. She is currently teaching at NYBG, Wellesley College Botanic Garden, Berkshire Botanic Garden and Sanctuary Arts in Maine where her classes always sell out quickly!
Wednesday, June 14 & Thursday, June 15, 10 am – 4 pm
Two-day Workshop: $150 for members and $175 for non-members
(Suitable for any level student)
Hollister House Garden
300 Nettleton Hollow Road