Developed in partnership with the UW School of Art.
UW Seattle, Classroom, Spring 2013
Instructor: Susan Jones
W, 4/3 - 6/5, 2013, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Cost: $659 | 3 CEUs
Participants study the classification and identification of botanical subjects as they explore the field of scientific botanical illustration. They work to improve observation skills and continue to develop skills in drawing, composition and facility with both pen and ink and watercolor or gouache. Course includes two scheduled Saturday field trips to the UW Greenhouse and Washington Park, Anacortes, to emphasize on-site nature drawing and observation of a variety of plants in a larger habitat.
Samples of your drawings or paintings that demonstrate ability to render representational images of animals or plant life (see Admission Requirements listed on the Details tab of the certificate). Paper copies (no originals, please) or a website link to the applicant’s images online are the best choices for paper applications; a website link is necessary for online applications.
Preview Class, 6 PM, Jul. 22
Bart Rulon, one of the instructors of the Certificate in Natural Science Illustration, gives you an in-depth look into the program.
Read About the Student Experience
Meet instructor Bart Rulon – Teaching Excellence Award winner