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Natural History Illustration (ONLINE) DR
with Kate Samworth
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! Register by Friday, April 30 @ 5 p.m., and receive a 10% discount! Use the promo code EARLYBIRDSUMMER2021 at checkout (be sure to hit the + sign).
Discover the fascinating world of natural history illustration through its greatest contributors from ancient Greece to the nineteenth century. Investigate the unusual lives of those who traveled the globe in search of new specimens and how they contributed to our understanding of nature. Each week’s instruction will focus on a different field of study: botany, entomology, mammalogy, ornithology, marine biology, and cartography. Students then will be guided through the process of illustrating specimens from each field using Micron pens, colored pencils, acrylic inks, or other wet or dry media of choice.
Register by: May 14
Materials List: Samworth DR Natural History Illustration
Instructor Kate Samworth in her studio
History of the Printed Image: Japonisme, the Mexican Movement and More (ONLINE) PR 605EH_ON
with Tony Rosati
Join Tony Rosati, Chair of the PAFA Printmaking Department, for another fascinating exploration of the important prints and books spanning the 15th to 21st centuries. This session’s topics will include European printmaking and Japonisme influence in the 19th century, early 20th Century printmaking including the Mexican movement, German Expressionism, Cubism and a focused look at English artist, Stanley William Hayter, one of the most significant printmakers of the 20th century.
Register by: May 28