Complex and colorful, birds are one of the most common subjects for wildlife artists. Join bird artist Alex Warnick as she shares tips for painting birds in watercolor. Participants will learn techniques through instructor demonstrations and will have the chance to apply those techniques while creating their own painting from live birds.
The workshop will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 29 in the Mansion Library.
Cost is $40/person, which includes all materials. All sales are final. Register here.
If you will need disability-related accommodations to participate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Olivia Bunting at 217-333-3287.
About the artist
Specializing in bird illustration, Indiana artist Alex Warnick’s delicate watercolors pay homage to 19th century natural history artists. She is a recipient of the Donald Eckelberry Fellowship from the Academy of Natural Sciences and has partnered with national and international organizations to highlight birds from all over the world.
She was recently an artist-in-residence at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in New York, and is currently working on a field guide to the Birds of Costa Rica.