by Feb 13, 2019News0 comments

As winter winds down, give yourself something to look forward to and join us for Paint Night on  Thursday, March 7th, from 6-9pm.

Bedford Audubon is excited to host its first Paint Night led by Charlotte Holden. The event will take place at the beautiful Bylane Farm, which dates back to the 1700’s. You don’t have to be an experienced painter to participate… Charlotte will guide the group in creating a beautiful painting on personal canvases. Register with friends or make new ones on this special evening!

Space is limited – CLICK HERE to register online or email Susan at info@bedfordaudubon.org.

$30 per person includes materials (easel, canvas, paint palette, brushes) and refreshments.

Charlotte is a dedicated and detail-oriented illustrator with a deep interest in the sciences. She loves to research and truly understand the inner workings of the subjects of her drawings. Before attending RISD, Charlotte studied to be a dancer which inspired her passion for anatomy and how the internal anatomy of an object informs its superficial shape and its function. She is proficient in various traditional and digital media. Her studio would not be complete without her pencils, watercolors, dip pens and of course one of her many daily cups of coffee. Charlotte works primarily as a scientific illustrator and has worked with researchers at the American Museum of Natural History and the New York Botanical Garden. She has also completed numerous freelance and commission projects for private clients as well as sales of her greeting card lines. If you wish to view her work please visit her personal website at www.charlotte-holden.com.

Art work shown is by Charlotte Holden.


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