Fine Art Workshops

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  • From the Brook Garden at Pocantico: Gerhard Marcks’ sculpture ‘Maja’ (watercolor by Carol Fabricatore, left) and Japanese anemones (botanical drawing and photo by Rebecca Allan, right).

February 2021
Virtual Event

Kykuit’s stunning gardens provide a rich source of inspiration for fine art workshops led by Rebecca Allan (botanical drawing) and Carol Fabricatore (watercolor painting). Registered students will receive  an invitation to watch an hour-long pre-recorded lesson on creating their own drawing or watercolor painting, along with sample images of the gardens and a supply list. After completing projects in their own time, students will share their work and receive feedback from the instructor and classmates during a one-hour live session on Zoom at a date to be determined.

These workshops are designed for adult students only.

Classes are full

Rebecca Allan

Rebecca Allan in a green gardenRebecca Allan is a visual artist known for chromatically-nuanced abstract paintings. Her work investigates gardens and watershed environments of the world and is inspired by her deep interest in botany and land conservation. She is also a New York Botanical Garden-trained professional horticulturist who in 2018 established Painterly Gardens, a firm specializing in sustainable garden design. (Photo by Adi Talwar.)
 

Carol Fabricatore

Carol FabricatoreCarol Fabricatore is a visual artist based in the New York City area. She received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in the Illustration as Visual Essay program and has taught narrative drawing in that program since 1994. Carol’s work has appeared in publications including The New York Times and Conde Nast Traveler, and she has won numerous awards. Her one-person exhibitions and gallery shows include The National Arts Club, Visual Arts Gallery, Manhattanville College, St. John’s University, Garrison Art Center, 407 Gallery Chelsea, and the Mondrian SoHo.