Botanical Art Classes
Botanical art brings together a love of nature and art in the quest to create beautiful, realistic plant portraits. Kerri covers the skills you need in her classes for beginner through advanced levels.
Artist’s Nature Journal, Drawing Workshop for Seniors
Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa
Botanical artist, Kerri Weller introduces drawing basics using practical exercises to increase observational and sketching skills. Perfect for art journaling! Art materials supplied. Coffee and muffins served.
Wednesdays, 9:30 am– 12:30 pm
June 27—Bilingual (English and French)
July 25—In English
August 29—In English
September 26—In English
Register online at Canadian Museum of Nature.
Botanical Art Classes at Nepean Visual Arts Centre
Class offerings are expanding to include new techniques and instructors. Fall and winter classes will be posted in July.
It really struck me how great a mentor you have been for our group when almost everyone credited you in their artist biographies as being the “spark” that ignited their interest in botanical art.
Carla Burns, Exhibitions Director, Ottawa Society of Botanical Artists
This term’s classes have inspired me to think about the visual and conceptual processes involved in creating more interesting images. I was also fascinated to hear about your journey to botanical painting and teaching…….it’s easy to forget that the teacher is on a path of discovery too!
Ros Allchin, Botanical Artist, Ottawa
I have to say that of all of the art teachers I have had to date (and there have been many) I have learned the most from you by far. I think one of the most helpful aspects of your teaching aside from the broad elements you incorporate is the encouragement to keep reaching no matter the level of the student.
Tawnye Plewes, Ottawa
You always provide so much helpful information; your critique is invaluable, and along with your keen sense of humour, make your classes so very enjoyable.
Sandra Lindsay, Ottawa
The positive comments of your students are an expression of the appreciation of your efforts and work.
Gilles Proulx, Project Leader, Education Programs, Canadian Museum of Nature