Sip, sketch, and color at our holiday art class with archaeological illustrator Donna Walker. Learn how to draw the native plant Toyon Berry, also known as California Holly, then color your drawing with Prismacolor, an oil-based color pencil that blends and looks like a watercolor painting when you’ve finished. You’ll learn techniques that will give your objects depth and definition – gone will be the flat-looking images, yours will look 3-D! Then turn your drawing into a personalized holiday card for friends and family!
All art supplies will be provided. Tickets include two drinks per person (alcoholic and non-alcoholic options available) and light refreshments. This event is 21+.
Date: Saturday, December 9, 2023
Time: 11 AM to 1:30 PM
Location: San Diego Archaeological Center
Cost: $25; SDAC Members $10
Registration is full.
About the Presenter
Donna Walker is an artist and archaeological illustrator based in Valley Center, California. Recently, she has worked on several projects for the Anthropology Department at UC San Diego, illustrating Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Bronze Age ceramics from Israel and Jordan.