ASBA Annual Conference (St. Louis, MO) â One Seat in Workshop By Martin Allen
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- Estimated Value
- $300 USD
- Opening Bid
- $300 USD - Item Has a Reserve
You are bidding on one space in the ASBA Conference Workshop described below.
Color Intensity and Reality
Learn how to achieve accurate colors on your watercolor paintings (matching the plant material, rather than looking pale and washed out), followed by the theory/techniques required to make images look realistic and not painted. Advanced class.
ASBA Pre-Conference Workshop
Note:You must be a current member or ASBA to participate in the workshop.
Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10
9am – 4pm (one-hour lunch)
Martin is an RHS Gold Medalist, Emeritus Fellow of the Chelsea Physic Garden Florilegium Society, with paintings in the collection of the Hunt Institute and Shirley Sherwood. He has a degree in Environmental Horticulture and works in native plant conservation in the UK.
NOTE: Image shown is an example of Marting Allen's artwork and not for sale at this auction.
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ: A workshop space purchased through the auction with a winning bid may be purchased as a gift for an ASBA member but may not be resold.
To use the workshop space, an individual must register for and attend the ASBA Annual Conference in St. Louis. In the event the winning bidder is not able to attend the conference for any reason and does not wish to give their space away, the base workshop fee will be refunded "if" the workshop space can be filled by a paying ASBA member from a waitlist.
Any amount of the winning bid above the published value for that workshop will be retained as a donation to ASBA.
Any request to assign the space to another member or request a refund must be made by the close of conference registration.
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