Join visual artist Karen Spaulding as she teaches students how to draw and paint botanical specimens using watercolor. In this workshop, Karen shows students how to sketch flowers and plants from observation while teaching about color awareness, simple design principles, and shadows and light. Karen demonstrates various watercolor techniques and shares pieces from her body of work as well as advice on becoming a working artist.
Audience Limit: 25
Program Length: 60 Minutes
Appropriate for Grades:
- Grade 7
- Grade 8
- Grade 9
- Grade 10
- Grade 11
- Grade 12
- Higher Education
Workshop Cost Per Hour $225.00
This program is available through our Learning Management System as an on-demand Virtual Arts Experience or in-person following Covid-19 safety protocols. Please contact us to schedule!
Minimum Requirement: Paper, pencils, and watercolor supplies for each student.
There are no designated restrictions associated with this program.
I brought in rosemary from my home garden and also borrowed magnifying glasses from my school's Science Dept. The students enjoyed watching Karen work in her home studio while drawing and painting along with her. The lesson was a calm and relaxing change of pace for us at the end of the school year.
~ Middle school art teacher, Norfolk Public Schools,