Iris takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, which possibly refers to the wide variety of flower colors found among the many species. Using layers of light transparent washes with step-by-step demonstrations, learn to portray the many hues and diaphanous qualities of this much-loved flower.
This workshop is taught by Betsy Rogers-Knox. Betsy’s work has been shown widely in the US and was exhibited in London at the Royal Horticultural Botanical Art Show 2016 where she was awarded the prestigious Silver Gilt Award for her series of six paintings titled The Lifecycle of the Milkweed and Monarch. Her work has been exhibited at the 11- 20th ASBA Annual International Exhibitions in NYC where she received the Eleanor Wunderlich Award in 2015 for her painting titled Dragon Arum.
Limited to 12 participants.
HHG Member $95