Edibles on Paper: Indian Corn
with Kathy Schermer-Gramm, Professional Artist
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Saturday and Sunday, Nov 11 and 12 from 1:15 – 4:45 PM
Maize or Indian corn has been domesticated throughout the Western hemisphere and revered by Native Americans for thousands of years. The multi-colored seed kernels are incredibly beautiful in their various forms. A fantastic Fall subject to paint in transparent watercolor. Join us for a weekend workshop, where you will sketch and then paint a realistic ear of corn using wet washes, dry brush and glazing. Watercolor experience helpful.
Fee: $81 ($73 members). Supply Fee Included. Bring your own paint or loan a watercolor palette for $2.00 from instructor.
About the presenter:
Kathy is a professional artist with a long ongoing relationship with the Gardens involved in both the Native Plant Studies and Botanical Illustration Certification programs. Originally from Southern California she holds a Master's Degree from California State University, Fullerton in Illustration. While there she taught at CSUF as well as Community Colleges for several years in illustration and drawing and painting. Never satisfied with a single focus, Kathy has enjoyed being a Nature Educator with her knowledge from the Native Plants program and worked as an elementary school art teacher while in NC. Her professional work includes Award winning editorial illustrations for business and medical magazines. She is a current member of ASBA and works from her in-home studio near Winston-Salem with its view of Pilot Mountain surrounded by her dog and four cats.