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Learn traditional botanical painting techniques at Binders Art Supplies and Frames in Atlanta.

The Art School at Binders

Award-winning botanical artist, Karen Kluglein will teach botanical painting classes at Binders Art Supplies and Frames, a fine art store in Atlanta, GA. Ms. Kluglein has designed packaging for companies such as Dannon, Hersheys, General Food, Tetley and Ragu. Her work has been exhibited across the US and is included in public and private collections. Ms. Kluglein is represented by Susan Frei Nathan Fine Works on Paper, LLC in Millburn, New Jersey.

Botanical Watercolors: Fruit and Flowers with Karen Kluglein

Choosing either a fruit, vegetable or flower as their subject, students will learn how to create a detailed botanical painting. Students will learn fundamental drawing techniques on the first day and learn dry brush techniques on the remaining two days. Instructor will demonstrate various techniques. Cost: $625. Minimum: 8 students. Limit: 15 students. Click on image to download details and to register.

Intermediate to advanced artists have two opportunities to learn dry brush techniques used by botanical artists. Please note registration deadlines. Course fee is not refundable after deadline unless another student can take your place.

April 12-14, 2012 (10 AM – 4 PM)
Registration deadline is March 2, 2012.

September 28-30, 2012 (10 AM – 4 PM)
Registration deadline is August 24, 2012.

This information can also be found at Classes Near You > Georgia.


Susan Frei Nathan on Creating and Collecting Botanical Art

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If you look at the column to your right, you’ll notice a growing list of art supplies we can make available to you through Dick Blick Art Materials. Click on any of the items and you will be directed to Dick Blick’s website where your order will be placed, processed, and fulfilled. We will post special offers as they become available and hope that you make use of this direct access to one of the nation’s largest art suppliers.

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