Thursdays, February 1-March 8, 6-9 pm (6 class sessions)
Guest Teaching Artist: Kiana Daneshmand from the Conservatory For Classical Art
Maximum enrollment: 12 students
$86.25 members/$115 non-members
A botanical illustration is an art form known by its characteristics of copying the form size, color patterns, and little details that make one plant unique from another. In this class, students will learn a step-by-step approach to creating botanical watercolor paintings along with techniques to create certain effects. Students will get to experience working with both silk flowers and live flowers during this class.
About the Instructor:
Kiana Daneshmand is an Oklahoma artist who has been studying classical drawing and painting methods for over 6 years. During the course of those years she has also broadened her scope by studying with various visiting instructors such as Sarah Sedwick, Scott Waddel, Andrew Ameral, and Vincent Jeannerot. She enjoys working in a variety of different mediums but her favorites to use are oil paint and charcoal. Kiana continues work diligently in her home studio and at the Conservatory for Classical Art studio where she received her training in how to approach drawing and painting in the traditional manner.