Drawing class at Milner Gardens in Qualicum Beach

Learn how to make a quick and accurate drawing of botanical art

Join artist and botanist Alison Watt for a fun day of botanical art. Learn how to make a quick and accurate drawing. Explore different drawing materials, including pencils, pens along with different papers and add some basic watercolour to your drawings using a simple three-colour palette.

The class is Sunday, Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Magnolia Room in Milner House at Milner Gardens and Woodland.

To register, call 1-866-734-6252 or visit Vancouver Island University’s Parksville location at 100 E. Jensen Ave.

The cost for the course is $95 including supplies for Milner Gardens members or $100 for non-members, which includes admission into the garden.

For more information on fall community courses at Milner Gardens and Woodland, visit www2.viu.ca/milnergardens/communitycourses.asp.

— Submitted by Milner Gardens and Woodland

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