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ZOOM STUDIO SESSIONS - from Sarah's home studio

Why not join Sarah in her home studio for themed tuition sessions in botanical and natural history art?  

  • Each session lasts 2 or 3 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

  • See session description for experience level

  • Sessions take place on the Zoom meeting platform

  • Private access to the recording after the session

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. 

There will be clear aims and objectives given at the beginning of each session; guidance on the use of specific materials and equipment that are applicable to the theme and media; demonstration of techniques;  a window onto the natural world helping you to connect to the subject matter and understand more about it to inform the development of your artwork; but most of all to have fun alongside others with a mutual interest.

  • Payment is via the payment button for your chosen session using a Paypal account or your debit/credit card.

  • Once payment has been made you will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours,  with further details of the Zoom Studio Session and its theme.

The email address that is linked to your Paypal account is the one that will be used for all communication regarding session joining instructions.  If you wish these to be sent to an alternative email address please let Sarah know.  Please also ensure you check your spam/junk email folders if you have not received confirmation of booking or joining instructions.  Thank you.

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Tuesday 24th October  3-5pm (UK time)


Composition can be one of the most challenging aspects of being a botanical and natural history artist, but it can also be one of the most rewarding when you see that the composition you have produced has succeeded in communicating the information you wanted to the viewer.

In this workshop Sarah will cover the essentials when it comes to planning a composition - purpose, planning, format, success.

This session will focus on providing positive support to all participants as we evaluate and discuss different composition examples.  The focus of the session will be on the participant's work, so you are encouraged to send in a good quality jpeg file of your artwork that can be used during the session.

The submission deadline for this session is: Tuesday 10th October.

Due to the success of the previous Zoom Studio Session on composition, it has been decided to provide the Composition Toolbox sessions approximately every two months.  So, if you are unable to make the date above, there will be another session coming up in the near future.

Other useful information

  • You will need access to a computer and a good internet connection

  • You will need to download the Zoom Meetings platform which is free and be responsible for any technical issues that may occur. Sarah can not take responsibility for these or provide support in this area.

  • Each session is usually a 'stand-alone' session and this is not a structured course where individual feedback is provided after each session.


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