Date recorded: Friday, November 12, 2021
Medium: Colored Pencils
Colored Pencils are a fun, safe, portable and meditative way to express oneself artistically.
Using the Color Wheel and a limited palette of Colored pencils and some color theory, learn why some color mixes work and others do not. Create vibrant color and interesting and deep browns and grays. Get to know your pencils and how they work together and simplify your choices.
Nina Antze is a botanical artist and quiltmaker living in Sonoma County. She has a degree in Fine Art from San Francisco State University and has a Certificate in Botanical Illustration from the New York Botanical Gardens. She recently studied with Sarah Simblet at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford, England. She teaches Colored Pencil at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa Junior College, the San Francisco Botanical Gardens, Point Reyes, around the Bay Area and in Southern California.
Nina is a member of the Northern California Society of Botanical Artists, the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, and the Colored Pencil Society of America. Her Chinese Snake-bark Maple has been accepted in the deYoung Open at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco. Her botanicals can be viewed at www.pcquilt.com
$40.00 for 1 month
About Our Past Technique Takeaways:
Discover specific art techniques that you can ‘take away’ from some of your favorite artists and apply to your own work. This one and a half hour recorded presentation will showcase a process that the artist incorporates in their daily art practice. Instruction will be through a combination of lecture and demonstration.
You’ll be able watch the recording as many times as you would like for one month.
A link to the Class Group page, where you will find the recording, will be included in your purchase confirmation and on your purchase confirmation email. You must be signed in to your Winslow Art Center account to access the recording. (There is no Zoom link for this event as it has already taken place)
About Our Technique Takeaways: