Join watercolor artist Brenda Sloane for this fun workshop. We'll take a quick walk around the sanctuary (weather permitting) to search out mammals that are active this time of year such as white-tailed deer, foxes, weasels, squirrels, and more. Then we'll return to the Barn to learn different watercolor painting techniques. Finally, we'll put brush to paper and create watercolor paintings of a mammal of our choice, using photographs or mammal mounts for subjects. This program is appropriate for beginners as well as more advanced artists. No previous experience is necessary.
About the instructor:
Brenda Sloane has studied watercolor at the Cahoon Museum of American Art, the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, and the Emerson Umbrella in Concord. She has been teaching art classes at the sanctuary for several years. For more about Brenda and her beautiful watercolors, go to http://www.hawkfeatherfarm.com.
Meets in the Barn. All materials will be provided. Please dress for an outdoor walk since we will go outside for a portion of the class (weather permitting).