Learn to illustrate the beauty, detail and accuracy of the natural world with
Botanical & Natural Science Artist & Naturalist Sarah Morrish BSc Hons CPGFS FLS ASBA
Why not join Sarah in her home studio for dedicated sessions in botanical and natural history art? Each session lasts 2 hours and covers a set theme - Various media ~ watercolour ~ gouache ~ pen & ink ~ graphite pencil - 'Live' demonstration time, presentations & other learning resources included - Question & answer times during each session - Dual camera view - tutor & work area -
15 attendees maximum. Each session is carefully created to support you in your learning according to your skill level and give you the opportunity to focus on learning time just for you.
Join the Illustrating Natures Details Patreon Community. This community helps to nurture, teach and raise awareness of many aspects of the natural world alongside drawing and painting techniques. Media used will include watercolour, graphite pencil, gouache and pen & ink.
There are 4 different membership levels to suit all budgets, each providing quality tuition aided by an attentive and experienced tutor and a range of learning resources.
Sarah is offering a unique opportunity for members of a group to come together through an online workshop. Although not a replacement, taking part in an online workshop can help fill the gap of not meeting in person, provide a positive way to bring your members together and also nurture your group as a whole.
Why not join Sarah in her home studio?
2 formats of workshops are available delivered through Zoom Meetings or a private Facebook group with live demo sessions.
The 2 and 3 day workshops take place at The Holt Country Estate, located in the South Downs National Park near to Winchester, Hampshire.
A variety of subjects are taught throughout the year with each workshop carefully planned to suit specific skill levels and media. Places are limited to 8-11 people to ensure that there is opportunity for quality support and tuition, individually and as part of a group.
For those with some experience of detailed drawing and watercolour painting, the Project Course provides a learning environment over several sessions on a regular basis. The focus is on both botanical and natural history art. There is the opportunity for group demos, individual tuition, as well as student led-learning. The latter will be supported by Sarah so that everybody has the opportunity to learn from each other in an environment that encourages confidence and the progressive development of techniques and skills.