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Each bud on the Grindelia chiloensis is a Cyclops milky eye, the basin filled with a sticky white latex
Each bud on the Grindelia chiloensis is a Cyclops milky eye, the basin filled with a sticky white latex
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Illustrating bees and butterflies

Ian Loe
Tuesday 4 – Thursday 6 June 2013

Insects are by far the largest group of animals in the world. On this course you will be concentrating on just two groups: the Bees and Butterflies. Both are important as pollinators and bees of course as providers of honey. Using preserved specimens from the University’s Zoology Museum, you will examine their intricate structures and beautiful patterns. Teaching and individual tuition will cover a variety of drawing techniques using pencil, pen and watercolour. Beginners are welcome.
Date
04/06/2013
Time
10am – 4pm
Price
£135, payable in full at time of booking
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Booking Details
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Contact Details
01223 331875
Event Category
Botanical Art
Venue
Classroom