04 Apr

Wildlife Drawing Workshop by Tatiana Petrova

February 3, 2018 7:30 am - 10:30 am

Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park

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Wildlife art workshop by renowned wildlife artist Tatiana Petrova who is briefly visiting India.

Suitable for all ages, this workshop will teach you how to draw wildlife in the field and it will help take your nature art pursuits to the next level.

Certificates will be given to all participants.

Venue: Cubbon Park, https://goo.gl/maps/bzPWqV6ueAm (Please do note the change in venue)
Date: February 3rd, 2018
Time: 7:30 am to 10:30 am / 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm (two separate batches)
Cost: Adults @ Rs. 600 per person, Children 8 years & > @ Rs. 400 per person.

Requirement for participants:
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Each participant is requested to bring along with them,
• A4 paper with hard board to place under the paper or an A4 size album with hard cover
• Paper or notebook for writing notes and putting schemes
• Soft pencil, black pen, eraser
• Camel oil pastel 15 colors box (minimum)

About Tatiana Petrova
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Tatiana Petrova is a renowned ornithologist and wildlife artist based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

She has been drawing animals since childhood. Their shapes, movements and expressions always fascinated her. Her unconditional admiration to animals was supported by many books of writers and artists who shared their deep knowledge and love to nature, such as B. Grzimek, J. Corbett, R. Kipling, K. Lorenz, V. Bianki etc. Her life always went two ways, dedicated to biology and art.

She studied biology in St. Petersburg State University and art in State Fine Art Academy in Russia and Visva-Bharati University in Santiniketan, West Bengal, India.

She’s been working as an artist and graphic designer in Leningrad zoo and as a freelancer. She’s also worked with bird rescue and Cats Museum in St. Petersburg.

Indian wildlife is her special interest, with its shapes and bright colors. She has sketched a log of animals from India, while traveling and studying here. Her student art history essay was dedicated to history of Indian birds illustration in 18th-19th century.

You can read more about her at http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/quite-a-fine-imprint/article7291569.ece/amp/

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