Illustrating the Natural World
Using plant life as the basis for experimentation and documentation, this class gives students an opportunity to explore various drawing techniques and media based on the natural world.
We will draw, paint, use mixed-media and printmaking to create informed mark-making, solidify sketching and journaling skills, and give form to your observations. Subject matter will include plants, animals and objects.
Field trips are planned to visit extraordinary and diverse environments—to explore place, subject matter, and art-making techniques. Places to visit: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Japanese garden at the Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard Museum of Natural History, classroom at Massachusetts College of Art.
No class October 12
Illustrating the Natural World is also being offered on another date and time. View Illustrating the Natural World (NC291-01) for details.
Diane Bigda is an illustrator and artist with a surface design, nature drawing and printmaking focus. Her client list includes publishers such as Chronicle Books, Random House, Simon and Schuster, McGraw-Hill, and Bantam Dell, and magazines including The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, and Gourmet. Diane has also worked with design and advertising agencies such as Arnold Worldwide, … Read more