Frequently Asked Questions about The Watercolour Garden
- The classes will be archived, so you can go back and watch any previously posted content at any time as long as you remain an active member.
- There is no pressure to do anything in order, and you can submit assignments for review or skip them, whatever works best for you.
- The videos are all like my newest YouTube videos, zoomed in and edited nicely but show the full footage and voice over instruction (the best of both worlds).
- New videos will be posted every month.
- We will be painting 12 months of birth flowers this year plus some seasonal extras.
- There are printable pdf guides to supplement the video lessons. For example I have made a printable pdf guide for the 3 step method that you can print off with the images!
- Prices are in CAD, so be sure to check your conversion rate, if you are the USA you will be paying less in your own currency.
- Once you sign up as a member you lock in your rate for all future renewals. Even if the price goes up over time you stay at the rate you first signed up with.
- The private online community will be hosted on Facebook for the time being, this is an additional option to share and interact with other members, but it is not mandatory to participate in.
Group Coaching Calls on Zoom
- The first group coaching session on Zoom is scheduled for Saturday March 26th at 10am Pacific Time| 12pm Central Time | 1pm Eastern Time
- There will be a recorded replay if you miss it, so you can still submit a question via email, even if you are not present for the live session.
- You will get an email with the link to access the Zoom call each month and it will also be posted in the Facebook group.
The Botanical Book Club
- The first book for the Botanical Book Club that we will focus on for 3 months (splitting the book into 3 sections) is The Language of Flowers, written and illustrated by Odessa Begay.
- We will cover The Language of Flowers during March, April and May.
- We will also be discussing The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady by Edith Holden over the next 12 months. Each month we will discuss her nature notes and illustrations she made during that time of the year in 1906.