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Learn how to draw and watercolor the world around you! You'll learn to observe nature more closely and be inspired to go outside and do your own nature journaling. Building observation skills is a foundation for science.

Meets weekly for one hour

Each semester is 12 weeks long.

Tuesday 1:30-2:30pm EST

Wednesday 9:00-10:00am EST

Class Calendar:

Fall semester:

Start: week of August 26

Fall break: week of October 7

Last week of class: week of Nov. 18

Spring Semester 

Start: Week of Jan 6

Spring Break week of Mar 3

Last week of class: week of Mar 31

Early Bird Prices:

$270 per semester*

$500 for the full year*

Pay for the full year and save!

*These prices include the registration fee.

Registration fee is non-refundable.

*Prices good until July 15.

(Prices increase by $20 after July 15.)

If you would like to register for this class, but cannot make the sessions listed above, you can select the self-paced option, or email Grace and let her know you'd like to be on her wait list. Once we have 6 students on a waitlist, we will open another session. Possible times for the additional session are: Wed. at 12:30 EST or Thursday at 11:30 EST. Please let her know that you're interested in Nature Journaling and which day would work for you.   Grace@DelightfulArtCo.com

ALL CLASSES ARE RECORDED SO YOU CAN WATCH LATER IF YOU MISS A CLASS.

Art Skills

Observe Nature

Drawing and shading with pencil

Using blending tools

Drawing and shading with pens

Watercoloring

Composition Stratagies

Showing Depth: linear and aerial

Showing Motion and Texture

There is a companion book for this class. It is very helpful but not required. It includes the poems and helpful reference material that students will use in class. It is only available for purchase on this website.

Themes

Every class will be like the next chapter in a story in which we go a little further into the woods and discover something new each week. A short, fun poem and great artwork will give us ideas for drawing the things we discover: maybe we will come upon "a host of golden daffodils", "dappled things", or, "a tree with a nest of robins in her hair." In addition to drawing, we'll learn to use color with, colored pencils, watercolors, or markers.

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Supplies Needed:

  • Sketchbook

  • Set of artist pencils

  • Kneaded eraser

  • Blending stump

  • Regular eraser

  • Black pen

  • Paint brushes

  • Watercolors

  • Markers

  • Colored pencils

  • The Book: Draw your way Into the Woods available only on this website

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Questions? 
Email Grace Wolfe at Grace@delightfulartco.com

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