by Jude Wiesenfeld and Deb Shaw
Kathie Miranda, Strelitzia spp., Bird of Paradise, colored pencil on film. © 2016.
Kathie Miranda had been slated to give a workshop at the Weird, Wild & Wonderful Symposium at The Huntington, but unfortunately couldn’t make it due to a sudden family emergency. BAGSC is pleased to announce that Kathie will be coming to Southern California to teach Colored Pencil on Film at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden in January, 2017:
Tuesday, January 24 – Thursday, January 26, 2017 9:30 am – 3:30 pm each day Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, Bamboo Room and Oak Room Maximum Registration: 16 students
Cost, BAGSC Members: $300 Non-Members: $330
BAGSC Special Discount: receive 10% off
BAGSC is offering a special discount for Kathie’s workshop:
New BAGSC members receive a 10% discount for a total cost of $270
Current BAGSC members registering for the workshop BEFORE December 12, 2016 receive a 10% discount for a total cost of $270
Mylar is a wonderful media for colored pencil, and allows the artist to work on both sides of the film. Visit the new BAGSC website to view the full workshop description, costs, directions, and information, and to download a PDF materials list: http://bagsc.org/index.php/classes/kathie-miranda
Kathie’s Weird, Wild & Wonderful Symposium workshop filled immediately, so don’t delay on this opportunity to learn Kathie’s techniques and to receive a substantial discount!
About the Instructor
Kathie Miranda is an award-winning artist, juror and educator of botanical art. She teaches at The Art Students League, NYC and the New York Botanical Garden. She is an active member of the Connecticut Watercolor Society and the Colored Pencil Society of America.