This class series will involve watercolor, drawing, and plant identification from observation. All skill levels will be welcome and will benefit from this hands-on class with lots of one-on-one and group instruction. We’ll look at various artist’s interpretations of plants and ways to convey identification details with accuracy and personal style. We will focus on identifying and depicting 8-10 local plants over the 4 class sessions.
Dana Dart-McLean is an artist, arts educator, and plant enthusiast. She works with museums, public schools, and community centers to create curriculum that provides opportunities for individual growth and group engagement. She has shown her paintings in New York, Copenhagen, Chicago, Portland, and other locations, in galleries and community centers. She is currently a Counseling graduate student with a focus in Expressive Art Therapy. Her interests include consensus, public dreaming, herbal healing, and animals that live in cities. She lives in Oakland, CA.
Space is limited, register online.