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TITLE: Botanical Drawing Workshop-Buds & Bulbs
DESCRIPTION: This class is an advanced beginner or intermediate level for students with drawing experience. Learn to accurately illustrate the botanical details of buds and bulbs using pencil, colored pencil, watercolor or pen and ink. Artist Caroline Hottenstein guides you in seeing and rendering details as well as using basic watercolor techniques for botanical illustration. A supply list will be emailed before class.

TITLE: Watercolor Holiday Greeting Cards 13-Adu
DESCRIPTION: (13-Adult) Learn how to mix watercolor paints, select good art brushes and supplies, balance composition, use various painting techniques and create interesting textures. Complete one greeting card per class with artist demonstrations and individual assistance. Supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

TITLE: Watercolor Painting I (Adults)
DESCRIPTION: Students are introduced to watercolor techniques and color basics. Concepts such as wet on wet, dry watercolor, color layering and blending are explored. Supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

TITLE: Watercolor Painting II (Adults)
DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: Watercolor Painting I or equivalent. Continue sharpening basic skills and techniques. Develop brush styles and individual approaches to projects and exercises. Students need to bring supplies to class.

TITLE: Watercolor Workshop:Paint a Winter Scene
DESCRIPTION: Learn to paint a winter landscape in watercolor with the help of artist Erik Hottenstein. Erik will demonstrate techniques for translating photographs into winter scenes and then provide guidance for your individual piece. Previous drawing experience recommended. Supply list will be emailed before class. Bring a bag lunch.

TITLE: Watercolors: Nature Note-Taking 16-Adult
DESCRIPTION: Visit the beautiful gardens of Green Spring to draw and paint some of the things you notice. Artist and instructor Marni Maree teaches you how to compose pages with drawings and words to record the details of what you are seeing, hearing and experiencing. Use these notes to create a larger watercolor painting in the classroom. All skill levels are welcome. Bring a bag lunch. Supply list will be emailed before class.

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