Saturday 2 Dec
Sunday 3 Dec


At Darwin Entertainment Centre - The Gallery

All tickets: $250.00

Sat 2 & Sun 3 December 9.30am-4pm

Explore your creativity this holiday season.

Join us for an enchanting botanical watercolour journey through the Top End's festive summer flora and discover the fabulous world of botanical art in this hands-on workshop.

Join artist Anastasia Maximova as she leads you on an amazing journey to explore Top End flora and create a beautiful botanical painting. Immerse yourself in a relaxing flow of watercolour painting and the joy of your creativity.

Formulated for the beginner to the advanced, Anastasia’s professional workshops are designed to enable participants to build their skills and techniques to transform their artwork.

Participants are required to bring a plant, leaf, or other botanical piece to illustrate.

Quality materials are provided and previous participants are encouraged to bring their acquired materials and botanical journals.

A light lunch and tasty snacks with brewed coffee and tea are included, with a complimentary glass of bubbles at the culmination of the workshop to celebrate two days of Christmas in Bloom.

Anastasia’s workshops sell-out fast, with previous participants returning time and time again. With limited spots available, get in quick to reserve yours.

Saturday 2 Dec 9:30am
Sunday 3 Dec 9:30am

2 days

The Gallery

About Anastasia

Anastasia is a botanical artist, tutor, and researcher, exploring arts-based environmental education. She provides workshops with a focus on the history of botanical art, the peculiarities of its graphite, ink, and watercolor techniques, and the interconnection between contemporary Botanical Art and environmental sustainability. Anastasia is a member of the Botanical Art Society of Australia, the Association of British Botanical Artists, the American Society of Botanical Artists, and the international Society of Botanical Artists. She has actively participated in national and international art exhibitions, including a project “Botanical Art Worldwide” and a variety of socio-cultural projects, devoted to plant biodiversity conservation. The art story on the Mangroves of Australia was displayed in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art at Kew in support of the United Nations 26th Climate Change Conference – COP26-Glasgow 2021. 

2023-12-02 09:30:00
2023-12-03 16:00:00

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