In these classes beginners will acquire knowledge of tools, papers, and fundamentals of illustration. Drawing, perspective, composition and tonal values are covered. Comfortable for people who think they can’t draw and refreshing for an artist with some skills.
$40 members; $50 non-members
Watercolor artist Anita Hoodless paints a variety of subjects in an interpretive realistic style. Her large still lifes and florals reflect her love of bold color and strong value contrasts. She also enjoys painting the reflective qualities of glass and … Continue reading →
Coppersmith Robert Taylor is a Roycroft Master Artisan. He is one of only five Roycroft Master Coppersmith’s in the country to hold that title. On the bottom of each piece you will find two special marks, or stamps; one with … Continue reading →
This beautiful, soaring 9000 sq. ft. natural stone and steel beam structure overlooking the entrance pond is home to thousands of native butterflies, tadpoles, frogs, button quail, turtles and other critters. Waterfall, ponds, streams, lush vegetation and flowering plants invite … Continue reading →
A different kind of animal has arrived at the Garden: dinosaurs. For a limited time, ferocious, magnificent creatures of the mighty Mesozoic era will be “unextinct”—brought “back to life” throughout the Garden. Ever since the first dinosaur was discovered, … Continue reading →
The Magic of Roald Dahl in Nature Rising 3rd-5th Grade Roald Dahl is an author loved by many. His stories often include a little magic and a lot of imagination. We will use his books; James and the Giant Peach, … Continue reading →