Super Nature has now been postponed until 10-11 October 2020, with this workshop now taking place on 11 October at 11am. All tickets purchased (including those for this workshop) are still valid for these new dates, and ticket holders have been contacted.
Focused on drawing technique and observational studies of seasonal plants and foliage, during this workshop you will discover how to make beautiful botanical entries into your own sketchbooks or paper provided. With botanical illustrations and informative note making, learn how to make a visual diary to treasure, and reflect back upon for years to come.
Throughout the workshop beyond using pencil we will also be using a wonderful Oak Gall Ink, foraged from woodlands in Cornwall. Oak Gall ink is a historical and indelible ink dating back centuries to create manuscripts and other documents of great importance, making a complimentary addition as a medium for botanical illustrations.
Materials will be provided and you will be amazed how quickly you can produce a beautiful illustration to take home.
All levels of experience welcome.
Sarah Jane Humphrey
Sarah Jane Humphrey works from her studio in Cornwall where she lives. Spending time between her shop Botanical Atelier, in Falmouth where she teaches weekly Illustration workshops and her studio working on commissions. Sarah Jane is an award winning Botanical Illustrator and best selling author of ‘Botanical Art with Scientific Illustration’. Recent exhibitions include the RHS London Botanical Art show, where she picked up a Gold Medal for her collection ‘Medicinal Fruits and the Symbiosis with their Pollinators’ and also her participation with the Royal College of Physicians, for their 400th year anniversary.
Besides this Sarah Jane’s illustration work mostly leads her towards commercial commissions, with clients such as Twitter, BrewDog, and Tesco.
You can follow Sarah Jane on her social accounts @sarahgalerie or shop website at www.botanicalatelier.co.uk