This five week course will explore both traditional and experimental media and mark making tools, often looking to the surrounding grounds to inform the work we create. Working from live specimens, participants will learn to understand and render the shapes and forms of plants and flowers using an array of guided techniques. Embracing one’s own inherent style of seeing and rendering will be highly encouraged.
Instructor: Erin Ellis
Erin Ellis is an award-winning illustrator and lettering artist. With an education in the lettering arts and an extensive body of botanical work, Erin has completed projects for clients such as NASA, Facebook, Chronicle Books, and Williams-Sonoma. She began teaching at the YooBee School of Design while living in Auckland, NZ in 2014 and has developed an individualized approach to learning in the years since. Erin’s deep personal interest in the subject matter, as well as in the psychology of learning, inform her ardent and playful style of teaching.
Fee includes all necessary tools & materials. Fee includes admission to GFS the day of the workshop. Five sessions April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23