A two-day art class in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
The emphasis of this two-day course will be on the close-up observation of nature and light. You’ll cover the basics of drawing and arranging objects on the canvas, setting out the painting according to tonal values, and careful layering of colour to capture the light that reveals the true depth of your subject. Charlotte will provide a range of wonderful and wild vegetable, fruit, and flowers, where each student selects, curates, draws and paints their own masterpiece, receiving guidance from Charlotte throughout the process.
Includes refreshments and lunches each day in the beautiful surrounds of the Botanic Gardens.
About your tutor: Charlotte Thodey
Charlotte Thodey is renowned for her bold renderings of fruit and vegetables which she loves to recreate using shadow and light, with blemishes and lusciousness intact. Her sumptuous artworks demonstrate the freedom enjoyed by the still life artist.
Charlotte has exhibited her work for over 25 years, has produced a number of posters for the Botanic Gardens and Historic Houses Trust as well as devising and illustrating books. She regularly teaches classes at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney and exhibits her work throughout Australia and France.
Tuesday 24 - Wednesday 25 November, 9.30AM - 4PM
$320 ($280 Foundation & Friends Members)
Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney
Public transport recommended. Limited parking available