You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘egg tempura’ tag.

by Nina Antze, posted by Deb Shaw

The Northern California Society of Botanical Artists (NCalSBA) is sponsoring a workshop on Egg Tempera Techniques for Botanical Painting with Carrie Di Costanzo.
Friday, July 24 – Sunday 26, 2020
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Woodhall
501 Orindawoods
Orinda, California

Cost for 3 day workshop:
$325, NCalSBA member
$350, non member
Included in cost: 3 x 5 inch and 8 x 10 inch panels and paint pigments

Class limit: 16
Sign up by clicking here. It is anticipated that this workshop will fill quickly. Sorry, NCalSBA is unable to refund cancellations unless a waitlisted person is able to take your place.

“Iris II”  Egg Tempera on Panel  17” x 13”, Carrie Di Costanzo, © 2019, all rights reserved.

“Iris II” Egg Tempera on Panel 17” x 13”, Carrie Di Costanzo, © 2019, all rights reserved.

Learn to capture the luminosity of Egg Tempera technique with Carrie Di Costanzo. Egg Tempera is a centuries old painting medium that can be used to render the highly detailed subjects of botanical painting while also effectively creating a radiant and ethereal quality. This workshop will introduce the materials and techniques used to create botanical paintings with egg tempera.

About the instructor:

Carrie Di Costanzo earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. After graduating, she worked as a fashion illustrator before shifting her focus to botanical art in 2008. Carrie has exhibited extensively with the American Society of Botanical Artists and other group exhibitions throughout the US. Her work is held in the Botanical Collections at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, The Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, and private collections.

Questions? Contact Susan Mark-Raymond if you have questions or to be placed on a waitlist.

%d bloggers like this: