In this colored pencil workshop instructed by Kathi Darby, students will focus on working on a black background, using a limited palette, and learning new transfer methods. Students are responsible for most supplies; please see the supply list below. The instructor will provide a line drawing, reference photos and, if needed, transfer paper. This workshop is appropriate for beginner-intermediate students. Registration Deadline: January 17 at 3pm SUPPLY LIST: 1) Prismacolor pencils: White, eggshell, cream, yellow ochre, goldenrod, light umber, dark umber, chocolate, black, 10% cool gray, 30% warm gray, 70% cool gray, any other grays you may have. 2) Black paper: Suggested - Artagain black, Black Black, Uart sanded black (500 grit or 800 grit), pastelmat black, stonehenge black, or any dark black paper. 3) Other supplies: Sharpeners, blenders, erasers, white or gray transfer paper, OR chalk. No solvents or lightboxes needed for this project. About the Instructor Kathi Darby loves teaching and looks forward to exploring different styles and techniques with her students. Her teaching credentials include colored pencil classes at the Flagler County Art League, Michaels, and Arts4All Florida, in addition to leading private lessons and workshops. She has a successful pet portrait business, Pets on Paper, and accepts private commissions. Her colored pencil artwork is hanging both in both public and private collections, and has been juried into several prestigious exhibitions. Kathi is a 13-year member of the Colored Pencil Society of America. She has has served on the CPSA St. Augustine Chapter Board of the for the past three years, and is also a member of the St. Augustine Art Association. She has studied with nationally recognized artists and CPSA members, including Barbara Dahlstedt, Gemma Gylling, Denise Howard, Amy Lindenberger, and Bonnie Haney. Kathi has also worked closely with Bill Shoemaker and Hanneke Jevons, and meets with a group of colored pencil artists weekly.