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Anne-Marie Evans.

Anne-Marie Evans.

The Virginia Robinson Gardens will have Anne-Marie Evans in November, 2016:
November 7th – 11th
November 14th – 18th

Anne-Marie added to her lengthy list of credentials when she was awarded an MBE (Member of the British Empire) for her services to Botanical Art and Education in the New Year Honours List in December, 2015.

Anne- Marie is in a large way responsible for the renaissance of botanical art in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Her classes cover the five-step method she developed for producing a botanically correct and beautiful portrait of a floral subject in watercolor.

Anne-Marie welcomes beginners and experienced artists.

Please save the dates for this very special opportunity to be taught by one of the best!

Tuition:  $595 members/$625 non-members each week
$100 non-refundable deposit due upon registration, with balance due one week prior to scheduled class.

On-line registration: Make checks payable to Friends of Robinson Gardens – memo:  Botanical
Classes begin at 9:30 AM and end at 3:30 PM. Please bring your lunch.

Details and supply list will be emailed to all registrants prior to the class.

For additional information please call Friends of Robinson Gardens at 310.550.2068

The Virginia Robinson Gardens is located at: 1008 Elden Way, Beverly Hills, CA  90210.

by Tania Norris, posted by Deb Shaw

Anne-Marie Evans.

Anne-Marie Evans.

Anne-Marie Evans will be returning to the Virginia Robinson Gardens in March, 2015 to teach Drawing, Aerial Perspective, and Composition to artists in all mediums. Drawing, aerial perspective and composition will be covered in depth and every student of botanical art will benefit from Anne-Marieʼs expertise and will be given the knowledge to advance their future botanical works.

 

Monday, March 23 – Friday, 27, 2015
The basics of drawing botanically correct specimens

Saturday, March 28, 2015
A one-day session with Anne-Marie to help students with their unfinished paintings

Monday, March 30 – Friday, April 3, 2015
Aerial perspective and composition for botanical art

Virginia Robinson Gardens and BAGSC Members: $595.00 per week. Non-members: $625.00 per week.
Saturday, March 28th: Virginia Robinson Gardens and BAGSC Members: Members $100.00. Non-members $125.00.
A $100.00 deposit is non-refundable.

Classes will be held daily from 9 am – 3:30 pm in the Pool Pavilion, Virginia Robinson Gardens, 1108 Elden Way, Beverly Hills, California, 90210.

Payment may be made by check, payable to Friends of the Robinson Gardens; by phone, 310-550-2068; or online. A materials list will be sent to all participants. Coffee, tea and water will be provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Anne-Marie Evans is known throughout the world as a master teacher of botanical art. Her classes are filled with the most thoroughly researched methods of giving information so that students can benefit to the fullest from their attendance.

By Julia Klein, posted by Deb Shaw

Anne-Marie Evans

Anne-Marie Evans

Anne-Marie Evans will be teaching Workshops for Botanical Artists in March of this year:

Session 1: March 24 – March 28, 2014
Session 2: March 31 – April 4, 2014

The classes will be held in the Virginia Robinson Gardens Pool Pavilion, and costs are $595.00 per session for members, or $675.00 per session for non-members. Register by phone at 310.550.2068 or by mail. Make checks payable to Friends of Robinson Gardens, and please write “Botanical” on the memo line of your check. A supply list will be emailed to participants prior to class.

Coffee, tea and water will be provided. Please bring your own lunch. Parking is limited, so carpooling is encouraged.

Anne-Marie Evans welcomes beginners to experienced artists. Her class covers her unique six-step method for producing a botanically correct and beautiful portrait of a floral subject in watercolor. Anne-Marie Evans is one of the most prominent botanical art teachers in the world. She is in a large way, responsible for the renaissance of botanical art in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, and has taught in many countries.

Anne-Marie was responsible for the suggestion and follow-up of the florilegium of the Prince Charles’s Highgrove Estate and whose pages include paintings by several of her students. Copies of the florilegium can be viewed in Southern California, on request, at both the Getty Research Institute and the Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens, San Marino.

The Virgina Robinson Gardens is located at 1008 Elden Way, Beverly Hills, California 90210.

by Tania Norris, posted by Deb Shaw

Virginia Robinson Gardens has announced two upcoming botanical art classes: Anne-Marie Evans and Jenny Phillips.

Anne-Marie Evans

Anne-Marie Evans

Anne-Marie Evans (seated) assisting a student.

February marks the thirteenth annual botanical art class with the renowned Anne-Marie Evans. There will be two classes:
February 4 – 8, 2013 and
February 11 – 15, 2013
9:30 – 3:30 daily

The classes will be two separate weeks, but students may participate either week or in both  weeks as the flower painted will be judged and the winnerʼs painting included in the Virginia Robinson Gardenʼs Florilegium.

Price per week is $595. for members and $675. for non-members. A deposit of $100.00
per week, which is non-refundable, may be made but as space is limited, the full amount must be received by February 1.

Jenny Phillips

Jenny Phillips lecturing and demonstrating to a class.

Jenny Phillips lecturing and demonstrating to a class.

Jenny Phillips, one of the worldʼs foremost botanical artists and teachers, will return for two sessions:
April 10 – 13, 2013, and
April 15 – 19, 2013
9.30 – 3.30 daily

The price for the three day session is $375. for members and $425 for nonmembers. The five day session is $595. for members and $675. for non-members. A deposit of $100. per session, which is non-refundable, may be paid. The balance is due by April 5, 2013.

All painting subjects to be announced for both classes, and a supplies list will be sent to all participants.

Coffee, tea and water will be provided but please bring your own lunch.

To pay by credit card, contact Bianca at the Virginia Robinson Gardens at (310) 550-2068 or send a check made out to: Friends of Virginia Robinson Gardens, 1008 Elden Way, Beverly Hills, Ca 90210.

Please contact Tania Norris if you have any questions.

 

by Tania Norris, posted by Deb Shaw

Anne-Marie Evans reviewing students' work.

Anne-Marie Evans reviewing students’ work.

Anne-Marie Evans is one of the most prominent botanical art teachers in the world. She is returning this autumn to the Robinson Gardens to teach DEVELOPING OBSERVATIONAL AND DRAWING SKILLS. Anne-Marie welcomes novice to experienced artists into her classroom.  Her unique way of teaching with a gentle prodding for higher standards leaves each student at the end of the session with a sense of accomplishment.

Course Description: The class will focus on the process of drawing rather than the final finished drawing. As well as seeking to develop observational skills, it offers a methodical and analytical method of approach to a complex subject – the pineapple… Relevant exercises will be included throughout the course.

Dates: October 22 – 26, 2012 (10 am through 3 pm)
Monday 10/22/12 Robinson Gardens Florilegium volunteer day. Tuesday through Friday botanical art class.

Location: Robinson Gardens Pool Pavilion

Cost: $595 for Friends of Robinson Gardens, Robinson Gardens Society and BAGSC members and $675 for non-members.

Non-members may purchase a Robinson Gardens Society membership for $55, save $25 on this workshop’s tuition, and benefit from the many attractions at the Gardens for a whole year.

Deposit: A non-refundable $75 deposit is requested ASAP in order to secure a student’s reservation, due to limited space for this class.

Class Material:
A pineapple
Scissors
Eraser
Pencils HB,*B,2H
Tracing paper
Paper glue
HP watercolor paper
Good quality velum
An empty bottle
A fork

For more information please contact the Friends of Robinson Gardens office at info@robinsongardens.org. There are only a few spaces left.

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