You are bidding on one seat in the ASBA Conference Workshop described below.
So You Think You Can Draw
by John Pastoriza Piñol
"So You Think You Can Draw" is an advanced drawing workshop in which participants are presented with challenging techniques to help improve drawing skills.
This advanced workshop includes general theory, as well as proportion, perspective and much more. You will learn news ways to tackle foreshortening and more complex subjects in botanical and natural history illustration.
Saturday, October 13
9am – 4pm (one-hour lunch)
Value: $150 Starting Bid: $150
John Pastoriza Piñol
John is a contemporary botanical artist based in Melbourne Australia and very much a neo-conservative, a rebel who believes in the unique understanding that is born of the relationship between eye and hand, between sense and thought. Being a recipient of many awards and accolades has afforded him international recognition as one of Australia’s foremost contemporary botanical artists. John was the recipient of the ASBA Diane Bouchier Artist Award for Excellence in Botanical Art in 2013.
NOTE: Image shown is an example of John Pastoriza Piñol's artwork and is 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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