58. Class Schedule in 2019

Season's Greeting: digitally generated with original art by ©Heeyoung Kim 2018

New Drawing Class for Beginners:
Tuesdays, 1-4 pm, starting on Jan 8, 2019
Watercolor for Intermediate Level:
Tuesdays, 9:30 am - 12:20 pm, starting on Jan 8, 2019
Monday Workshop: Intermediate & Advanced Level:
10 am - 4 pm, starting on Jan 7, 2019
Saturday Open Workshop: All Levels:
9 am - 1 pm, starting on Jan 12, 2019

New Drawing Class:
There has been ongoing inquiries for a botanical drawing class for "Total" beginners. :)
Yes, anyone can learn how to draw!
If you are the one who always wanted to draw/paint, but you didn't think you could. Now, it is the time to try! If you are lucky  :) to live in Chicago Metropolitan Area, contact me to see if starting to learn how to draw is a possibility to you in the new year. The very basics and a lot of tips about how to use drawing tools will be covered, along with essential botany information for botanial artists. So, there is no need to feel intimidated in my class.
Fee: $240 for 5 weeks, $50 per session
Total 4 courses: Drawing Fundamentals 1, 2, 3 & 4. (approximately January - June)
Each course lasts 5 weeks

Watercolor for Intermediate Level:
This is an ongoing class with students who started the beginning drawing class during 2018 and continue with watercolor. All current students have less than 6 months of watercolor experience.
Those who have some experiences with watercolor are welcome to join. This course is fully focused on learning various watercolor techniques that are esssential for detailed and highly controlled botanical watercolors. You don't need to be "botanical artists" to be in my program, because learning essential botanical watercolor techniques could be very useful to improve painting quality in general.
Fee: $240 for 5 weeks, $50 per session
Total 4 courses: Botanical Watercolor for Intermediate Level 1, 2, 3 & 4. (approximately January - June). Each course lasts 5 weeks

Monday Workshop: Intermediate/Advanced Level:
This course is the stronghold of my program. Currently there are talented and dedicated botanical artists who have been studying for a few/several years with me or somewhere else. We use various media such as watercolor, graphite pencil, pen-and-ink, and colored pencil. Some focus on their own projects, and others try new topics.  We do sketchbooks, too.
Who can join? Anyone who have watercolor experiences or already finished certificate program, but want to pursue botanical art.
Fee: $85 per session
Space is limited. Contact me asap, when interested.

Saturday Open Workshop: All Levels
In this Saturday class, students mostly choose their own projects with the media of their choice. I persoanlly assist them individually. This is suitable for those who don't have time to be in weekday classes. Also, I offer this weekend class to give opportunity for those who miss the classes on other days and want to make up.
So, there is no fee wasted in my program.

All classes mentioned here are at Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods
21850 N. Riverwoods Road, Riverwoods, IL 60015
Registration: Email me, Heeyoung Kim via clicking CONTACT at this site.

Happy Holidays and a peaceful New Year to you all!

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