Drawing the Fruits of Fall in colored pencil

Exploring Round Things

A Zoom workshop

Draw the first fruits and berries, persimmons of fall or the last fruits of summer—tomatoes, apples or other delights from the gardens or the vegetable basket. Perhaps even a rose hip. We will focus on round things and how to portray that roundness, experiment with shine and texture, and learn to use under-painting to simplify and enhance our work.

Enjoy a few peaceful, meditative two hours doing colored pencil work. Basic color pencil and botanical techniques will be covered, all levels welcome.

A supply list will be provided.

Northern California Society of Botanical Artists


Northern California Society of Botanical Artists


Oct 30 2020


10:00 am - 12:00 pm






  • Nina Antze

    Nina has a Fine Arts degree and a Certificate in Botanical Illustration from the New York Botanical Gardens. and studied at the Ruskin School of Art in Oxford. She teaches Drawing Nature classes throughout California and is a member of the Filoli Florilegium and the Alcatraz Florilegium. Her Chinese Maple was recently selected for the deYoung Open. She works in colored pencil, watercolor pencil, and fabric.