Specialist botanical art and natural history workshops are offered during the term breaks.
These workshops, designed to extend artists skills, typically focus on one key element of botanical art or introduce new mediums or techniques to participants.
Our specialist workshops are presented by leading Australian artists, including our own tutors, as well as other renowned local and international artists.
Thursdays 30 March, 6 and 13 April 2023
Pen and Ink Workshop with Craig Lidgerwood
Face to Face Workshop
Domain House, Dallas Brooks Drive, Melbourne
Pen and Ink has been used in botanical illustration for centuries and is a major component of many scientific illustrations. The use of one tone to build up form using a single colour can be quite convincing when conveying a 3-dimensional form. Pen and ink illustrations are still widely used to identify plant genera, species and morphology and used to clearly aid with plant identification and taxonomy.
Members’ Price $325.00
Non-Members’ Price $395.00
Tuesday 11, Wednesday 12, Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 April
Medicinal Plants with Kate Nolan
From Penicillin to Poppies, the world of potent plants has been documented for centuries and continues to be explored in search of medical treatments. In this online course we will create botanical artworks which portray some of these special subjects.
This workshop is suitable for those who have had some experience in botanical art and is presented in a friendly and supportive environment.
Members’ Price $415.00
Non-Members’ Price $485.00