by Tania Norris, posted by Deb Shaw

Multi-petalled flower, watercolor work in progress. © 2014, Akiko Enokido.

Multi-petalled flower, watercolor work in progress. © 2014, Akiko Enokido.

Akiko Enokido will be coming to the Virginia Robinson Gardens to teach us how to work on multi-petalled flowers and how to shade. Plus, students can also bring unfinished work to finish.

For those who have taken a class from Akiko before, you know that she not only brings her wonderful artist’s talent to share but also a teacher’s understanding of how to help those of us who aspire to be better artists.

I look forward to seeing you, and if you have any questions please email me and I will try to to help.

VIRGINIA ROBINSON GARDENS
BOTANICAL ART CLASS with Master Teacher AKIKO ENOKIDO

JUNE 24 AND 25, 2014, 9.30 – 3.30 daily

Classes will be held in the Pool Pavilion, Virginia Robinson Gardens, 1008 Elden Way, Beverly Hills.

Fee for the two day session is $200 for Friends of Robinson Gardens and $225 for non-members. A non-refundable deposit of $100 to hold space can be accepted but full payment must be received by June 20.

To make reservations visit http://www.RobinsonGarens.org or call Bianca at (310) 550-2068.

Mail check, made payable to:
FRIENDS OF ROBINSON GARDEN
1008 Elden Way, Beverly Hills, Ca 90210

A supplies list will be sent to all participants upon registration. Coffee, tea and water will be provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Akiko Enokido is a long time award winning member of Botanical Artists organizations in America and Japan and and has been accepted in the most important exhibitions in both countries. Her beautifully rendered paintings are known for their exquisite color, detailing and composition and are prized by their owners including the Hunt Institution, curators of the most important modern botanical collection in America.

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