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by Janet Parker, posted by Deb Shaw

Heeyoung Kim Pen & Ink Workshop

Acclaimed botanical artist and instructor, Heeyoung Kim, will give a 3-day workshop in Portland, Oregon this spring in pen-and-ink:
Thursday-through-Saturday
April 16 thru 18

Heeyoung is the 2012 recipient of the ASBA’s highest honor, The Diane Bouchier Award for Excellence in Botanical Art. She’s also a skilled and patient teacher.

The workshop will be held at the Oregon Society of Artists.
For more information and to register, please visit the workshop page for the Oregon Society of Artists website.

To learn more about Heeyoung and her work, here’s a link to her website.

Questions? Contact Janet Parker.

The Oregon Society of Artists is located at:
2185 S.W. Park Place, Portland, Oregon 97205, 503-228-0706

by Deb Shaw

Back by popular demand! Last year’s BAGSC BOTANICAL ART WORKSHOP was such a great success, we’ve created a new one! Start a creative 2020 with:

BASIC BOTANICAL ART WORKSHOP
A Day of Botanical Art Skills & Techniques for All Levels

Sunday, January 26, 2020
9am to 4pm
Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden
301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia, CA 91007

Participants may choose from a variety hands-on sessions taught by skilled BAGSC teachers in a new, longer, 80-minute format! Choose which sessions you want to attend the day of the event.

  • Color Mixing and Pigments
  • Colored Pencil and Watercolor Pencil
  • Drawing Leaves and Flowers
  • Dry Brush Technique
  • Fixing Fiddly Bits with Masking Fluid
  • Graphite (Pencil) Techniques
  • Nature Journaling
  • Pen & Ink
  • Pen, Watercolor & Colored Pencil
  • Silverpoint
  • Watercolor
  • AND MORE!

BAGSC Artists include:

  • Cristina Baltayian
  • Sally Jacobs
  • Kathlyn Powell
  • Lesley Randall
  • Olga Ryabtsova
  • Mitsuko Schultz
  • Gilly Shaeffer
  • Deborah Shaw

$50 BAGSC Members ~ $60 Non-Members 

Register online at
https://bagsc.org/classes/bagsc-botanical-art-workshop-2020

No refunds after January 17, 2020.

BAGSC Basic Botanical Art, photo © Deborah Shaw.

All basic supplies are included in the registration cost. Beginners can try new techniques while others can brush up their skills and try out new materials.

Please register early. Spaces are limited, and this workshop is open to the public. Registrations are expected to fill quickly.

Questions? Contact BAGSC’s education chair at the link on the online registration page above.

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