As we approach the first day of winter, the snow begins to fall, and people start to hunker down and get warm and cozy, so too does much of the animal world. Grab a pencil, eraser, and paper, and together we will draw a caribou, one of the most famous of winter animals. Caribou, like us, enjoy being warm and comfy in the winter. We have blankets and jackets, and they have beautiful thick fur – a beautiful texture you’ll learn to create.
Join in our last class of the year. Enjoy family time together and learn to draw a caribou like Robert Bateman. It’s priceless time with the family and a perfect personal masterpiece for grandma and grandpa.
The workshop is taught by children’s book illustrator and artist Val Lawton, who will guide your family in this fun holiday project.
At the end of the program, students have the opportunity to submit their art to be put up in the NatureSketch Gallery.
Instructor will email students with finalized details a few days prior to the beginning of the class.
All online classes can be watched later if you cannot make the times listed! Instructors are also available by email for individual critiques or questions outside of class time.
Registration closes 5 days prior to the first day of class.
Dates: Saturday December 17
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00 pm PST
Age range: Families – children and accompanying family members
Skill: Beginner and children friendly, everyone welcome
Location: Online – Zoom
Class size: 25 maximum
Cost: $20 + tax per person
Instructor: Val Lawton
Supplies: HB pencil, eraser, paper