PUT A LITTLE SCIENCE IN YOUR ART WITH SCIENCE ILLUSTRATOR NORA SHERWOOD
Have you ever been curious about how a science illustrator approaches creating illustrations? We occupy the “geeky” end of the art spectrum with a focus on realism and an emphasis on telling a visual story about our subject matter. We are the folks who create illustrations for museums, scientists, government agencies, etc. for educational purposes. This workshop will introduce a few tools used by science illustrators, like basic observation techniques, measured drawing skills, and a little knowledge of anatomy, and give you the opportunity to work on some of these techniques with guidance and demos by Nora.
Workshop is open to participants aged 16 years and up. Class size is limited to 15 people.
Sketchbooks and drawing pencils will be provided.
This event is free. Donations are welcome.
Workshop will be held at Yakona Nature Preserve & Learning Center.